That is not true, and it is our mistake that this language is confusing. To be clear, it is not our intention to sell your photos. We are working on language that is updated in terms to make sure it is clear.  4.8 We are not responsible for the accuracy or credibility of users` content and assume no responsibility for what actions you may take as a result of reading user content published on websites. By using interactive spaces, you may be exposed to content that you find offensive, offensive, harmful, inaccurate or misleading. There may also be a risk of dealing with minors, people acting under false pretenses, international trade issues and foreigners. By using interactive spaces, you accept all the associated risks. 4.7 Any behaviour we think, at our sole discretion, prevents others from using or using websites is not permitted. We reserve the right to remove or modify the user`s content that you have transmitted to our sole discretion. Ultimately, if the rules and expectations of how you use your services are clear, then people will be more likely to engage with them in the way they should. Or, if your user agreement states that users must pay for your services and a person does not, then a court could order the person to pay you. You can at least reserve the right to delete the user`s account for non-payment.
In Specht v Netscape, a browsewrap agreement was considered. It was found that a «reasonable Internet user» would not have been aware of the existence of the applicant`s terms and conditions and therefore would not have been related to them.