so imagine if the site becomes popular and people identify the logo with our theme (exagerating but everything is possible)
I think you could also ask him to remove any logo/identification/links that have connection with you and your brand/logo.
Personally I have no problem for my work to be used for legal adult business but as long I don’t end up as one that support or approve them. As with any other business actually. I think this is common sense.
We have a similar clause in our PhotoDune licensing.You can only use the Item for lawful purposes. Also, if an Item contains an image of a person, even if the Item is model-released you can’t use it in a way that creates a fake identity, implies personal endorsement of a product by the person, or in a way that is defamatory, obscene or demeaning, or in connection with sensitive subjects.
I think this paragraph should be moved on all items. It make sense that photodune have this license but videohive have people faces also so the issue is identical.
The author isn’t advertising support as part of their service/product so there wouldn’t be any comeback from the purchaser to do so.
We have a similar clause in our PhotoDune licensing.... or in connection with sensitive subjects.
Thank you very much for your kind feedback , perhaps this last phrase ”...or in connection with sensitive subjects” could be more explicit because it sounds quite generic and could be confusing
Anyway it’s good to know that it’s in all licenses
Is that a real problem? Buyer bought your theme, he can do whatever he need. If you don’t want to support it because of religion, then at least tell him to use Envato Studio.
Is that a real problem? Buyer bought your theme, he can do whatever he need.
Not exactly. As mentioned already, license page has some words about this.
If you don’t want to support it because of religion, then at least tell him to use Envato Studio.
Now the question is if Envato Studio has any regulations / guidelines about content
Edit: 6 months old thread, bumped by spam!