Does Subscriber Content include a referenced text/image?
You agree that any and all content, including without limitation any and all text, graphics, logos, tools, photographs, images, illustrations, software or source code, audio and video, animations, and product feedback (collectively, “Content”) that you provide to the public Network (collectively, “Subscriber Content”), is perpetually (...) [emphasis added]
My understanding of "you provide": original content only, which does not include a quotation or image that was referenced/linked (i.e. not plagiarized). In other words, referenced material can be used, but I'm not licensing said material to SE (how can I?).
Is that correct?
This stems from a discussion that took place in the comments section of an answer on whether a photo (referenced) can be uploaded to imgur via SE (in this case, for educational purposes, but let's not discuss fair usage here and focus on the "you provide").
My understanding is based on the existence of the referencing section on all(?) sites:
For illustration purposes:
Is example.com's "Poem" now licensed to SE? And if someone found it here, they would [incorrectly] attribute it to SE?
Topics I checked before asking: