Conditions d'utilisation et copyright
Vers Un Meilleur Respect Des Droits D'Auteur Pinterest vient de publier un article sur son blog officiel : "More Attribution and Inline Play!", autrement dit les derniers changements que l'équipe a mise en place : qui concernent une meilleure visibilité des auteurs des visuels épinglés (Pined) Pinterest essaie de se protéger au mieux de tout manque de respect des droits d'auteurs. C'est pourquoi, récemment un ancien avocat de Google, Michael Yang a été recruté En mai déjà, le site avait fait déjà quelques changements puisque la source des pins des sites sur Flickr, YouTube, Behance, et Vimeo est bien visible Le titre de l’œuvreLe nom de l'auteurLe lien direct vers l’œuvreLe site + favicon L'attribution est donc automatique sur le Pin et ne peut être changé par l'auteur du Pin. Maintenant, Pinterest a étendu ces attributions à Etsy, Kickstarter, Slideshare, 500px et SoundCloud.
Flickr ajoute à son interface un bouton Pinterest | Tout sur Pinterest
Flickr ajoute à son interface un bouton Pinterest | Tout sur Pinterest - Aurora
Pinterest Will Make It Easier To Report Copyright Violations - Aurora
Pinterest revoit ses conditions d’utilisation. | Tout sur Pinterest - Aurora
For my latest post about future Pinterest private boards and current alternatives click here. As many of us have speculated, Pinterest today acknowledged that their original terms of service were a standard set of terms that didn’t really reflect the intent of what Pinterest was or is. To correct this, Pinterest announced a number of changes to their terms of service, acceptable use and privacy policies. Pinterest announces new terms of service & that private boards are coming soon. | LL Social - Aurora
Gonzalo E. Mon is a partner in the Advertising Law practice at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP and his co-author, John J. Heitmann, is a partner in the firm’s Telecommunications group. Read more on Kelley Drye’s advertising blog, Ad Law Access, or keep up with the group on Facebook or Twitter. The Copyright Question: How to Protect Yourself on Pinterest - Aurora
How Your Business Can Use Pinterest and Reduce Your Legal Risks - Aurora
Pinterest se pique aux règles du droit d’auteur | :: S.I.Lex :: - Aurora Élu meilleure startup par TechCrunch en 2011, le réseau social Pinterest a le vent en poupe aux Etats-Unis et commence à faire parler de lui en France. Déjà considéré comme "le nouveau Facebook" par certains, le site est le premier début 2012 à avoir atteint aussi rapidement une audience de 10 millions de visiteurs par mois. Ce succès fulgurant cache néanmoins une polémique grandissante à propos du respect par le site des règles du droit d’auteur, car la contrefaçon semble inscrite dans ses principes même de fonctionnement. Reprenant le principe des visuals bookmarks, Pinterest permet en effet à ses utilisateurs de constituer un tableau en "épinglant" (to pin en anglais) leurs découvertes faites sur le web, à la manière d’un mur Facebook et de les partager avec les autres membres du réseau. A cette occasion, les images épinglées sont copiées sur les profils des utilisateurs de la plateforme, avec normalement un lien en retour qui procure aux sites d’origine un trafic intéressant.
Photo-sharing site Flickr has added Pinterest's new opt-out code to all Flickr pages with copyrighted or protected images, according to a VentureBeat story published Friday night. Yahoo-owned Flickr did not immediately return an e-mail seeking confirmation on the move, but the site reportedly told VentureBeat that the code appears on all "non-public/non-safe pages, as well as when a member has disabled sharing of their Flickr content.... This means only content that is 'safe,' 'public,' and has the sharing button enabled can be pinned to Pinterest." The virtual pinboard site, which is still in private beta, has grown at breakneck speed . And with that growth has come concerns about copyright violation. Flickr adds Pinterest opt-out code to copyrighted photos | Digital Media - CNET News - Aurora
Don't Get Stuck By Pinterest, Lawyers Warn - Law Blog - WSJ - Aurora
Flickr Is Fighting Against Copyright Theft On Pinterest Illustration: Kevin Lincoln/Business Insider It's come up before that Pinterest might be enabling massive copyright theft, and now photo-sharing site Flickr is intervening by disabling Pinterest pins on all copyrighted images, reports VentureBeat. Flickr is the third largest source of all pinned material on the site, and with a newly added tag to each page showing a copyrighted image, Flickr users who want to protect their work can do so. A Flickr rep told VentureBeat that "Flickr has implemented the tag and it appears on all non-public/non-safe pages, as well as when a member has disabled sharing of their Flickr content. This means only content that is 'safe,' 'public' and has the sharing button enabled can be pinned to Pinterest."
Pinterest, the increasingly popular pinboarding social network, is able to present a visually arresting interface in large part by using copyrighted images pinned by users. "It's a huge concern for creative bloggers," said Amy Anderson, who blogs on the arts and crafts site Crafter Minds. "I don't think Pinterest does anything to help protect copyright besides removing content when people ask." Pinterest is able to avoid violating U.S. copyright laws thanks to a provision in the Internet Service Providers Act, which gives immunity to sites that publish information provided by others, according to Aaron Messing, an associate with OlenderFeldman LLP in New Jersey. As long as Pinterest continues to comply with a provision of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act that requires it to remove content when asked by the copyright owner, users are free to continue pinning any images they find on the Internet. How Pinterest Uses Your Content Without Violating Copyright Laws
Pinterest and your rights - Tech Tonic | Video video transcript Samsung is aggressively chasing an even greater share of the global smartphone market. And on day two of the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, it showed off a new variation of the successful Galaxy smartphone called the Beam. It has a touch screen like normal, but can also send a powerful beam of light to project media against any surface. Will Bin is the the phone's product manager and says the Galaxy Beam is like carrying a television in your pocket. (SOUNDBITE) (English) WILL BIN, SAMSUNG PRODUCT MANAGER FOR GALAXY BEAM, SAYING: "This phone can do what your TV cannot do.