Udacity does not accept, review or consider any unsolicited ideas, proposals, materials, suggestions, bug reports, artwork, content or the like, including for products, coursework, services, promotions, technologies, product improvements, processes, marketing strategies, product names, content or creative materials (all of the foregoing “submissions”). Please do not send or provide any submissions in any form to Udacity or any of its employees or contractors.
The purpose of this policy is to avoid potential misunderstandings or disputes when Udacity’s products, services, technologies, advertising, promotions, marketing campaigns or content might seem similar to submissions provided to Udacity.
If, despite our request that you not send us your submissions, you still submit them, then regardless of what your correspondence says, the following terms will apply to your submissions.
Idea Submission Terms
You agree that: (1) your submissions and their contents along with related intellectual property rights will automatically become the property of Udacity, without any payment or any other form of compensation to you; (2) Udacity may use or redistribute the submissions and their contents for any purpose and in any way on an unrestricted basis; (3) there is no obligation for Udacity to review the submissions; and (4) there is no obligation to keep any submissions confidential.
Udacity does, however, welcome your feedback regarding many areas of Udacity’s existing business. If you want to send us feedback, we request that you submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide only specific feedback on Udacity’s existing products, services, and promotion/marketing strategies to this email address; do not send or provide any other submissions.
Feedback and Information
Any feedback you provide to Udacity will be deemed to be non-confidential and not proprietary. Udacity will be free to use and redistribute such information on an unrestricted basis, without any compensation to you.