Terms Of Service

  • We Do Not Allow Adult Content (Or Other Online Scams)

    … If you read our terms of service and acceptable use policy, you already know what I’m about to type. However I recently had a potential customer argue me saying we didn’t have this in our agreements (we do), so I figured I’d make a blog post about it to have everything in one place :). […] The post We Do Not Allow Adult Content (Or Other Online Scams) appeared first on Startup Hero. …

    Ryan Gray/ IMGRINDin Content- 8 readers -
  • Know Your Fair Use, Disclosure and IP

    … This morning I received a note from a company that we’ve written about. The email was quite forceful in demanding that we immediately remove any references to the trademarked company name in our post and suggested that we link to their site utilizing a phrase instead. Trademark Fair Usage I’m guessing the company may have been successful…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 17 readers -
  • Twitter Revises Terms of Service, Privacy Policy

    … By David Cohen on Sep. 30, 2016 - 3:45 PM Twitter Friday announced revisions to its terms of service and privacy policy. The social network announced the changes via tweet (embedded below), and it offered more details in a support post: We've updated our Terms & Privacy Policy. Check out what's new:✔️https://t.co/Z9WvxIi0Yt✔️https…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Twitter- 19 readers -
  • Facebook, WhatsApp Face Another Privacy Flap in Germany

    … it had already collected. WhatsApp announced changes to its terms of service and privacy policy late last month. Caspar said in a statement, as reported by Scott: It has to be their decision, whether they want to connect their account with Facebook. Therefore, Facebook has to ask for their permission in advance. This has not happened. Facebook told Scott it had complied with European privacy rules, and it was willing to work with Caspar. Readers: How do you see this playing out? …

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook- 18 readers -
  • YouTube Heroes Will Let Users Earn Rewards By Flagging Videos, More

    … YouTube introduced its YouTube Heroes program, which will allow “Hero” users to earn rewards by flagging inappropriate videos, adding captions and subtitles to videos and more. To start, YouTube said the YouTube Heroes program is available to “a select group of contributors from across the globe who have histories of high-quality community…

    AllTwitterin Social Google YouTube- 12 readers -
  • Tumblr Adding Affiliate Links, via VigLink

    …, will keep working normally. Why are you doing this? One might argue that affiliate links can help slow or even reduce the cost of goods and services to zero as required for a truly post-capitalist economy. Can I opt out? Of course. We wrote that right into our terms of service. There’s a switch in settings that keeps Tumblr’s affiliate code…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Affiliate Social- 19 readers -
  • Photo-Sharing Apps Under Fire for Tagging People in Pictures

    … people’s privacy. Here is a four-point solution to remedy the photo tagging problem: When collecting and retaining biometric identifiers, people should have an easy way to opt out. A simple one-touch button should be accessible on every electronically stored picture to permanently and universally remove and untag your images if identified within…

    AllFacebookin Social Google Facebook Twitter- 19 readers -
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