Deletions & Archiving at Nexus Mods in General Discussion Posted August 25 12 minutes ago, Gruffydd said: anonymous online forum Of course, I'm not anonymous. Neither is Arthmoor. We just use a sobriquet and a pseudonym (respectively) as a handle. Your (rather old) quotation was not relevant to this discussion. On 8/23/2021 at 6:03 PM, Sigurð Stormhand said: At the time Britain left the EU all EU law was translated into British law. In any case, the parlour model does not seek to with draw every single copy of a mod when the modder "takes their toys home", it simply seeks to end distribution. It's also worth noting that, irrc, Nexus claims an "infinite" right to distribute etc. which is really robust legal language. As to the former, that may be the Roman view. However the British view seems to be that none of EU law was incorporated in the agreement that was not explicitly specified in the agreement. Notably leading to recent arguments about sausage. Quote an infinite, non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free license for Nexus Mods to store, distribute, copy or reproduce, edit, translate, reformat, publicly display, or perform the submitted content, at our discretion. Yeah, I'm not sure infinite was the best legal term (as opposed to the more usual perpetual and irrevocable). Presumably they have consulted legal counsel. In either case, that seems to me it obviates the parlor model, as there is no possibility of taking their toys home. Arthmoor seems to be (correctly) splitting the difference, keeping the community-based mods at Nexusmods, and retaining his personal mods here. Although personally I'd have preferred he had left Bring Out Your Dead, as one of the folks who searched for missing burials. I'd always thought of that as a community effort.