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21 February 2015

How Pinterest Uses Your Content Without Violating Copyright Laws

How Pinterest Uses Your Content Without Violating Copyright Laws

English: Red Pinterest logo
English: Red Pinterest logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
  • Pinterest, the increasingly popular pinboarding social network, is able to present a visually arresting interface in large part by using copyrighted images pinned by users.  "It's a huge concern for creative bloggers," said Amy Anderson, who blogs on the arts and crafts site Crafter Minds. "I don't think Pinterest does anything to help protect copyright besides removing content when people ask."


(Republished content / Historical marker: First posted at Dispensable Thoughts, 21 Feb 2012.)



21 January 2015

A Tweet Worth Blogging

And ... we are all OK with this!! 
Hope it's a hot button item for the next POTUS.  The whole wide world would like to NOT have a repeat of The Dark Ages.






Other Links of Interest:

20 October 2014

The complete Internet voter’s guide to the 2014 election | The Kernel

(Updated post for 2016 presidential election.  See below.)  Subscribe to The Kernel newsletter, receive it via eMail. Selected partial quotes from this headline story:

  • “in our first-ever official endorsement, we narrowed our decisions down to a handful of important questions about Internet freedom”

  • “a list of candidates running this year for U.S. Congress who we believe stand for a healthier Internet than their opponents”

Sharing a link.  No need to throw in my two cents by way of additional comments cause whoever wrote this article is yelling loud enough for all the citizens in the entire United States of America.  Internet users and non-Internet users.


The complete Internet voter’s guide to the 2014 election


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Where do the presidential candidates stand on important Internet issues?

Check out the Free Press Action Fund Internet Voter guide to find out where the candidates stand on Net Neutrality, surveillance and more.