Sure, this is all possible, but I think having a forum with a login requirement kind of takes away Pocket Gem’s ability to control this kind of thing from happening.
It’s possible someone could share a background from a one-on-one edit and distribute it, but in this hypothetical scenario, it would be easy to take control of the situation. The creator of the edit might be upset that someone they trusted is violated the TOS with something they took the time to make themselves. I imagine that same hypothetical editor would feel pretty slighted, and wouldn’t hesitate to either make them take the drive down, or report it.
Sure, there’s a chance the editor doesn’t care, but I imagine someone who sends someone one of their edits trusts them to honor the TOS (even though no one is perfect) and doesn’t want to risk their work being removed from the app.
Even if they wanted to do something like this, it would require A LOT of behind the scenes legal work. They would need to make significant revisions to their legal documents and they would need to work closely with their legal team to make something like this happen.
Bottom line, it’s not an easy solution, and forum users make up a small segment of their customer base. It’s pretty unlikely to happen.