You may not do any of the following with respect to the MetaHuman Technology or any of its parts: (a) copy, reproduce, display, perform, or otherwise use it in a way that is not expressly authorized in this Agreement;
Reading through the EULA, there is this intriguing sentence. I’m concerned because nothing is “expressly authorized” in the agreement at all, only a few things are mentioned as expressly banned.
Someone please correct me, but the implication can’t be read in any other way: currently every use of Meta Human technology from any company or individual is technically in violation of this EULA, meaning it’s in Epic’s power to pick and choose what uses of Meta Human are in violation of its EULA after the fact. Possibly after companies have already invested thousands of dollars & people hours into the tech.
I would love if someone could clarify why it’s written in such a way. If you are going to only allow Meta Human to be used for only things that are “expressly authorized” then please create an exhaustive list of things that it is authorized for use. Or ideally, remove that language from the EULA so that people using the tech don’t have to guess whether they are in breach of the agreement (since currently, everyone seems to be!)