I have a Pinterest account, but after reading this I deleted all my pins. I wasn’t using it much anyway, and I mostly posted other indie authors books. I won’t contribute to copyright violators.
Originally posted on Janelle Jensen:
When I first heard of the new social sharing website, Pinterest, I admit it caught my interest. How unique! Here’s a website where we can share like interests and gather ideas in one convenient place. A social bulletin board where we can learn even more about our friends.
But then I started hearing about the darker side of Pinterest, specifically about their User Agreement. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a Pinterest-hater. I still think it’s an interesting concept and can be done well.
Let’s first take a look directly at Pinterest. Let me lay out for your Pinterest’s terms of service, which can be seen here.
Just a little reference information on Pinterest’s parent company.
We take your privacy seriously. Below you will find our policy. Cold Brew Labs, Inc. is the corporate name for Pinterest.
The Company’s Copyright Policy
Pinterest (“Pinterest”) respects the intellectual…
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