urbexa.com wishes to encourage the distribution of urbex pictures free of intellectual property rights restrictions, so it offers Public Domain Accounts (PDA) free of charge and with unlimited storage to those authors and / or owners of intellectual property that release their works to the public domain worldwide.
For this the following conditions are established:
- The holder of the Public Domain Account, being the author and / or intellectual owner of said photos / content, has dedicated them to public domain by waiving all of his or her rights to the work worldwide under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights, to the extent allowed by law.
- Anybody will be able to copy, modify, distribute, perform and make public communication of the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.
For proper identification, the username in the Public Domain Accounts will necessarily begin with “PDA”, remaining like this: “PDA_Username”. As a profile name it will be possible to use whichever the user prefers. Likewise, the profile biography will be mandatory to clearly indicate and in first terms the following: “PUBLIC DOMAIN ACCOUNT. Images on this account are released under CC0”. Since the PDA’s are created by the urbexa.com Administrator, the foregoing will be already on the account and in the User profile when the applicant receives access to the PDA, with the latter being obliged to keep it without change.
It would also be recommended that in the description of each photo that is uploaded with a PDA the holder mentions that it’s shared under the Creative Commons CC0 license.
Since all the material uploaded with a PDA as well as its content will be in Public Domain, urbexa.com reserves the right to not take it down nor delete the content even if the holder asks for it, however we commit to change the account name and / or the profile name if the holder tells us to.