Pinterest moves to address copyright fears with opt-out

Social networking service Pinterest has responded to concerns over copyrighted material by allowing websites to opt-out of being featured on the site.The site, which bills itself as a “virtual pinboard”, allows users to post pictures and other content onto a personalised profile. see:Pinterest addresses copyright issues with opt-out option
As Pinterest grows at break-neck speed, it has to iron out kinks along the way. One of the issues that’s been floating around the Web recently is the idea that “pinning” might actually be violating copyright laws.”The last few months have been a whirlwind here at Pinterest,” the site’s co-founder Ben Silbermann wrote in a blog post today. “As a company, we care about respecting the rights of copyright holders.”

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