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Old 09-08-2017, 09:37 AM
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Twitter's Updated Terms of Service Spark Outrage Among Users

Have you read the updated Terms of Service for Twitter yourself yet?
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Twitter is under fire over a recent update of its terms of service. Users vented their anger over a particular clause introduced by the microblogging site which seems to suggest that Twitter will now have the right to republish any user content and make it available to other parties without giving any compensation to the original user who made the post...
Twitter's Updated Terms of Service Spark Outrage Among Users
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Old 09-26-2017, 12:55 AM
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twitter taking another salto mortale...

They have problems with expanding their business and getting new users, and I dont think this will help. I think they will, at this pace and direction become next dinosaur...
 
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Facebook has been doing this for years. Where's the outrage? There's an old marketing adage that goes "if you're getting something for free then you're the product...."
 
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Old 09-26-2017, 07:34 AM
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I just pretty much assume the second I post anything anywhere there is a strong chance someone is going to snag it for their own intentions at some point. The worst someone can really do is chain bomb you with DMCA Takedown requests unless the theft is worth $110,000 dollar lawsuit.

Then of coarse every site seems to have their own definition as to what fair use is and isn't. Facebook thinks parody accounts are rediculous, while Twitter condones a Parody account directed at private citizens disregarding copyright and 4th amendment altogether lol!
 
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