I read somewhere you cannot pinit if the photo is copyrighted and you do not have the right. I do not own any of my photos on hubpages but I have people pinit. I read the person pinit is responsible.
Can someone clarify this?
After reading this article, I am reevaluating my boards. I have permission for some photos there, but not most. I had never given this thought. Thanks for raising the question. Here is an article that may be of interest to you:
http://articles.businessinsider.com/201 … tire-image
Wow I won't use Pinit no more after reading that link. That answers my question plain and clear. Thanks Dale
You are welcome tamron. I also clicked the link at the end of that article and went to that lawyer's page and read even more in detail.... I think I shall not post anymore there unless I own or have permission. I guess my next day off will be deleting those pics I don't have proper permission for.
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