A couple of confessions today. I know Pinterest is the newest craze, but I haven’t gotten around to trying it out. To evidence my entertainment value at social media mixers, however, I have reviewed their terms of service and looked at the copyright implications.
For those like me who have not jumped on the train, Pinterest calls itself an online pinboard where you can find others and share things based on interests. Websites or pictures get pinned and then they show up on Pinterest. You can read more about the Pinterest phenomon here. But what if the content creator doesn’t want to be pinned?
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