re: FreeCodeCamp violated the rights of Medium authors VIEW POST


// , Yet another platform risk, an example of counterparty risk.

In "The Cloud" possession is nine tenths of ownership.

That goes for medium.com and Free Code Camp as much as it goes for any website, IaaS, or game with a ToU / EULA. That includes dev.to.

If a third party asks you to trust them with control over your resources, you probably shouldn't, no matter whatever they might blather on about on an Ethics statement.

But I now have control over my content again which is one of the most important things to me.

Do you? They don't just want money or protection from liability. They all want control.

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