We develop a Desktop application that, among other things, downloads Order information and stores this on the Customer's system in their Database. Technically, the Customer is storing this data.
Are we in any way responsible for this, and if so, how can we justify forcing our Customer to delete information about an Order?
Something about this does not seem to add up, and in our case, we have no way to do this, so it is not clear what it means to us.
And worse, we have no way to contact anyone at Ebay to determine what this means, so it seems hard to see how it can be applied to us if we have no way to determine what it means or if it even applies.
For now we will ignore it. If somehow Ebay tries to shut us down without providing any avenue for us to directly inquire about it, my sense is that they will be tilting at windmills.
If Ebay is going to issue statements like this, we must have an avenue by which we can directly, and at no charge, inquire as to how we are affected and any details we need to know to comply.
As such, for now, this clearly cannot apply to us, as we cannot reach out and determine if in fact it does apply.
If this is incorrect, Ebay must provide us an avenue by which we can field inquiries to clarify the meaning of this email.