Pinterest today announced that as of April 6, there will be some changes that hopefully will please some of the more irate, but omnipresent, people. Whether they are actually on Pinterest is debatable, but they are vocal.
The changes that most people are interested in are:
The clause that said Pinterest could sell your photos is being removed. That was never their intent, and apparently it is a touchy issue. As if someone would pay money for most people’s personal photos. I would worry about that as much as someone stealing my poetry and song lyrics.
Pinterest is going to provide tools to make it easier to pin (pardon the pun) users for copyright infringment.
Other changes on the way, states Ben & the Pinterest Team.
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