#2, "By providing any Content to our web site: (a) you agree to grant to us a worldwide, royalty-free, perpetual, non-exclusive right and license (including any moral rights or other necessary rights) to use, display, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, distribute, perform, promote, archive, translate, and to create derivative works and compilations, in whole or in part. Such license will apply with respect to any form, media, technology known or later developed;" By the mere fact of giving a name and e-mail address, just to register in order to download an evaluation, that says to me that MyEclipse can "use, display, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, distribute, perform, promote, archive, translate, and to create derivative works and compilations, in whole or in part" anything I post to their web site including a name and e-mail address. That agreement says to me it pretty much gives MyEclipse free reign to do whatever they want with a name and e-mail address including "modify" and "publish", yet alone anything that might be posted to a forum.
That's enough to keep me from ever registering, downloading, evaluation, etc, or doing anything with MyEclipse its web site, etc.
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