Say I participate in an organized cycling (or running) event and say the event organizer has not published the track anywhere online and say the event organizer does not want the track to be publicly accessible.
Then, can the event organizer prohibit me from publishing my ride publicly on Strava (Strava is a platform for uploading, sharing and investigating of sports activities such as cycling, running etc).
If I upload a GPX track to Strava, I accept the following conditions:
“You grant us a non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use any Content that you post on or in connection with the Services.”
Since the rights asserted by Strava are quite extensive, I wonder whether the organizer can interdict my upload to keep the precise routing under lock and key. On the flipside, I feel this would strongly restrict my liberty rights.
If this is not the right place to ask, please point me to a better forum.