I've had an interview with an ad agency and they've asked me to sign a NDA before I do an interview task.
Now, I understood this was to protect their clients which I believe are somewhat secretive and that's all fine but there is a part that reads
"You hereby irrevocably and unconditionally assign to the company any and all copyright on intellectual property (including future copyright) in any work created by you in connection with any assignment or order for services provided under this agreement and waive and any all moral rights conferred upon now and in future etc etc etc"
Is this saying that if I create something amazing for this interview task they could basically use it for a client, potentially not hire me and not pay me?
Is this weird?