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Limited License Agreement

By submitting materials to us, you grant to Amazon.com and its affiliated companies a worldwide, royalty-free license (which we may exercise only in connection with our promotion and distribution of your products) to do the following:

  • Make reasonable modifications to the submitted materials. For example, Amazon.com may excerpt textual materials and may change the size or otherwise enhance (tilting, shading, etc.) graphical materials.
  • Use, copy, and distribute materials and modifications for our internal business purposes.
  • Use, copy, distribute, and display materials and modifications on the Internet and on other means of electronic or digital commerce.
  • Use all trademarks and trade names associated with the materials.

This license will continue in perpetuity, unless either party terminates it by giving the other party thirty days' prior written notice. You will retain all intellectual property rights you may have in submitted materials. Subject to those rights, Amazon.com will be the exclusive owner of any permitted modifications that it may create.

By submitting materials, you warrant that you have full authority to grant the licenses described above, that you have not misrepresented your identity in any manner, that any factual information you submit is true and accurate and that Amazon.com's and its affiliated companies' exercising of their license rights will not violate any proprietary right of any third party. You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Amazon.com and its affiliated companies from all claims, judgments, damages, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees) that may arise out of any alleged breach of this warranty.

As used in the preceding paragraphs, the term "affiliated companies" includes any company that controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with Amazon.com, and any individual or entity that enters into a joint marketing or referral relationship with Amazon.com (such as members of Amazon.com's Associates program).

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