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- Agree that The Public Journal shall have the right to use my Submitted Materials (which hereby refers to all authored works submitted in any form, including, but not limited to, handwritten, typed, emailed, or physical works that have been and/or will be published by The Public Journal). I grant The Public Journal the right to use my submitted material in any medium, including, but not limited to, print, anthologies, online, advertising or commercial uses for any and all purposes whatsoever, including, without limitation, all copyrights (and renewals and extensions thereof), all forms of use and production including but not limited to merchandising and all ancillary and subsidiary rights therein, including any new rights that may come into being and/or be recognized in the future and I hereby grant and convey to The Public Journal any and all such rights. I hereby assign all rights including all exclusive exploitation rights, of every kind and nature (including any and all copyrights and neighboring rights) in and to The Public Journal. All rights to such previously submitted works are owned by The Public Journal.
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- Assert that all submitted materials are my property and/or have been written by me. I hereby affirm that nobody else can claim ownership over what I have submitted to The Public Journal.
- No Waiver. No delay or omission by The Public Journal in exercising any right under this Agreement shall operate as a waiver of that or any other right.
- Give The Public Journal the right to post my name, if given, only on a Collective Contributors Page (which hereby refers to a page in the front matter of future Public Journal publications or on THE PUBLIC JOURNAL's website, that lists, in a single paragraph, and in no particular order, all individuals who contributed material to, or in any way participated in the making of, The Public Journal). No individual name will be attributed to any specific submission, nor will it show up in any search results of an Internet search engine, like Google. The identity of the author and/or owner of any particular work will never be shared, published or made public by The Public Journal. I can opt out of giving The Public Journal the right to post my name by written request or by anonymous submission.
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