Any good lawyer (and I'm a good lawyer) knows that "clarification" doesn't matter.

What matters are the actual terms of the agreement, as long as those terms are clear and unambiguous.

And the TOS changes are both clear and unambiguous.

I stand by my original analysis. If Medium wants to amend the TOS to include this "clarification," I'll start singing a different tune.

And I hope they do.

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Writing Coach/Medium Sherpa Roz Warren( ( writes for everyone from the New York Times to the Funny Times.

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