This is largely hypothetical, though it may have consequences on another writing platform (NB I'm not talking Wizzley here).
I'm fairly sure that if Chef Keem announced tomorrow that, from now on, Wizzley will retain the copyright on, and every penny of revenue made from, our articles, we'd all flash the birdie and leave.
Such things are obvious. But what else should we look out for in TOS on writing platforms?
I'm no lawyer. I tend to look at what can and can't be written about and trust that the legal stuff holds nothing scary. I'm sure that I'm not the only person living that dangerously.
I also know that there are those of you who go over every clause with a fine tooth-comb and recourse to your lawyer.
What are the non obvious bad things which we should look out for?