"By entering, you further agree to waive all rights of attribution and integrity if your Entry is used by Sponsor or anyone Sponsor authorizes, and to waive any moral rights in the Entry."
I've been seeing that sentence in a lot of contest calls of late especially those issued by high profile magazines and companies. I didn't get why you have to waive your moral rights until I looked up the definition of moral in the dictionary -"of or relating to principles of right or wrong". So even though they're wrong to use your contest submission without paying or crediting you (even if you don't win the contest), you have to give up the right to tell them they're wrong. Not very nice and decidedly immoral. One of the big reasons why I don't enter contests. Watch your backs out there, my friends.