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/
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Complete hub posted by someone on Facebook.
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