http://blog.pinterest.com/post/19799177 … ated-terms
Pinterest is starting to realise that copyright might be an issue... let's see how it goes!
Edit: It's clear here that you're meant to pin the ORIGINAL photo, not one you use on your hub or blog: http://pinterest.com/about/etiquette/
by Janis Leslie Evans4 years ago
There has been a resolution (in progress) regarding my hub article on 'How to Run a Breakfast Program for the Needy." Turns out there were no intentional copyright violations, thievery, or "spun" text...
by Sanjay Sharma2 years ago
Complete hub posted by someone on Facebook.
by Paul Edmondson13 months ago
I suspect folks are getting worried about the move from subdomains and while we can't say what will happen with every page, a loss of traffic at this stage isn't unusual.I put together this Hub on the process. ...
by Jason Menayan8 months ago
We added the Pinterest "Pin It" button to the small collection of popular social-sharing buttons at the top of Hubs on Thursday. Pinterest has rapidly become one of the largest social media traffic drivers to...
by Mary Hyatt20 months ago
I see Hubs where beautiful photos are used and are from Pinterest. The photos are usually credited as being from Pins. Are we allowed to use those photos??
by Ellen4 years ago
Okay, Hubpages. I was giving you all kinds of love because you have a track record of being sensitive to copyright issues. Because of that, I'd started posting my original photo essays here even though they make more...
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