Sharing Terms
By submitting media (e.g. image, video, or audio) in social media posts or in chat to Zo, you agree that the media you submit:
  • may be reposted to Zo social platform accounts, including but not limited to Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook;
  • may be sent to other users who chat with Zo in messaging apps, including but not limited to Facebook Messenger and Kik;
  • will be moderated by a human and there is no guarantee that it will be shared to other users;
  • is your own and does not infringe any copyright or other intellectual property right of others and you have consent of all those people who appear in your media;
  • does not feature any children under the age of 18;
  • does not advocate any type of illegal or harmful activity and is not obscene or inappropriate in nature;
  • does not harass, abuse, threaten or intimidate any person; and
  • may be hosted, communicated, publicly displayed, or modified by Microsoft.
After agreeing to share media with Zo related to the IRLChallenges, you may revoke your agreement for the IRLChallenges by sending Zo the message "Zo DeleteChallenges". If you issue a request to delete challenges, media that you submitted to Zo will be deleted from Microsoft servers and removed from social accounts administered by Zo at Microsoft. Note that previously shared media may persist in chat histories of individual users' devices or social accounts not administered by Microsoft.

If you see an image on Zo that contains your image without your consent, please contact the Zo support team at https://www.zo.ai/contact

Notices and procedure for making claims of intellectual property infringement. Microsoft respects the intellectual property rights of third parties. If you wish to send a notice of intellectual property infringement, including claims of copyright infringement, please use our procedures for submitting Notices of Infringement. ALL INQUIRIES NOT RELEVANT TO THIS PROCEDURE WILL NOT RECEIVE A RESPONSE.

Microsoft uses the processes set out in Title 17, United States Code, Section 512 to respond to notices of copyright infringement. In appropriate circumstances, Microsoft may also disable or terminate accounts of users of Microsoft services who may be repeat infringers.