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Where to sell this?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Tanckom, Sep 16, 2014.

  1. Tanckom

    Tanckom Power Member

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    I'm going to sell my website with ownership of the software for the website, because it was a summerjourney of mine and school starts now. Does anybody know where i can sell my website with the containing software in it? So the whole copyrights etc. ...?
     
  2. Magic5

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    Flippa would be a good start sometimes people sell on eBay.
     
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  3. Tanckom

    Tanckom Power Member

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    Okay was looking on Flippa, but at the checkout they say: This is not doing something illegal?
    An instagram bot is against Instagram TOS, so it is doing something not right, somewhere else maybe?
     
  4. Pirates of Internet

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    I would also recommend Flippa very good site i sold a couple of domains there, depends on content you can get a decent amount of money
     
  5. coitza

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    I think something illegal pertains to stuff against the law. If a website doesn't allow you to do something that is their problem, it's definitely not illegal, all they can do is close your account down. Say I make a site but I specify on the main page I don't want any smokers to read my site, you think that smokers reading the site are doing something illegal? :)
     
  6. Tanckom

    Tanckom Power Member

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    So you want to say, that Instagram bots are not really illegal, just it's against someone's TOS? :)
     
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    Don't worry about legal problems. It's a problem if the software is nulled or stolen.
     
  8. Tanckom

    Tanckom Power Member

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    Thank you guys! It's now listed on flippa :)
     
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  9. coitza

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    yes, exactly :) and congratz for the listing ;)
     
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    Seems to be quite a common misunderstanding among people when it comes to illegality and TOS. When something is illegal, it is against the law of the country or state you are in or doing business with/in. Terms of service is merely the legal stand point that the company in question wishes to retain for themselves in case something illegals is done, as it states in Flippa's TOS that they do not allow illegal (law breaking) material to be sold on their website, but they enforce it by asking you to check a box. That shows you that as long as they have you check a box it clears them of their legal responsibility of someone steals my website and sells it, and it is 100% the thief's fault.

    Naturally, companies use their own terms of service's to benefit their business and protect their users against something that is not illegal in the legal system, but is not a completely honest method of doing something, which bots are a good example of. And then some companies have their terms of service preventing others from ripping them off of their profits, such as a non compete clause within the TOS, which is quite devious and costly if you miss that and start selling their stuff as yours etc.
     
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    interested can you please pm me your site and more info about it ?
     
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    The legality vs. TOS confusion is all over the place.

    Someone here said yesterday "Google cannot look into people's emails, their privacy policy says so". That is a fucking joke. Privacy policies are non binding. If Google feels they would bust a link network by reading your Gmail inbox, you bet your ass they'll go and read your Gmail inbox. What kind of naive fool believes Google wouldn't use their own email system to take care of their own search system!? That's just stupid. You are not paying for Gmail, the product is YOU and the shit you say in Gmail.

    Instagram's TOS is also non binding. It's not legally valid for anything. The TOS just says Instagram doesn't want you to bot their content, but if you publish it on the WWW, then you can bot it. These corporations are trying to close down the WWW from the average programmer and keep it to themselves and it's just stupid. The WWW is open and if you put it out there then I can bot it.
     
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