I recently signed something with language about rights that would "insure" to the benefit of my "represents," successors, or assigns. I looked up inure here on the site, and I was surprised to see that one of the meanings of "inure" is, in fact, "insure," but I think it was still just another typo in the boilerplate. The kind assignor said, "I've never had anyone read the whole thing before," and I said, "Yeah, I get that a lot."
I appreciated (and read!) the terms as well. But I'm a bit confused about not being able to
"Post, upload, publish, submit or transmit any text, graphics, images, software, music, audio, video, information or other material that: ... (iv) is defamatory, obscene, pornographic, vulgar or offensive".
Surely "vulgar" and "pornographic" lists or words can't be banned? Is there a legal interpretation of these words that I'm not aware of?
I like the sound of pornologic! (Even though it's unnecessary when you have -graphic. Maybe you can use some sort of pseudoetymology to claim that pornography is just one (extreme) form of calligraphy...)
About vulgar, If they mean "adj. Of or associated with the great masses of people; common." there might problems... (that get worse as Wordnik gets more users...)
Oh, so glad you like the new terms of service! The vulgar and pornographic out is so that we can eject folks who add irrelevant vulgar and pornographic material. On-topic vulgar material is fine, as we maintain the use-mention distinction here at Wordnik.