25 May 2021: A mention about the storage of data on the digital platform added to the GDPR data protection clause
11 September: The term ”digital platform” substituted for references to any single digital platform. This was done in order to make this agreement a universal one that all service providers can use for their products.
21 February 2020: A mention about hate speech and political activism added to ”Limitations”.
15 April 2019: The Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International version was substituted for the Creative Commons licence. A clarification was made to define/to state that the Creative Commons licence is the Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International version. This was done in order to have a clear policy for the media publications of producers. No changes to end users.
10 May 2018: Licence updated with further, more precise responsibility clauses. No changes to end users.