Facebook Reverses Course

Facebook announced that it has reverted to it’s old terms of service. Even the old terms give them too many rights over one’s photographs. I intend to use Facebook only for communication from now on, not to post images. And again, we all must play lawyer and read the terms carefully before uploading anything copyrighted.


9 Responses to “Facebook Reverses Course”

  • mag Says:

    i think they saw your previous blog and decided to change their terms of service :)

  • Markos Berndt Says:

    Thanks Art… Very useful information. I have a habit of not reading terms.

  • Clay Bolt Says:

    Art,
    Thanks for the update. Just when you think you’ve heard it all…
    Clay

  • Judi Says:

    Hi Art, I just joined Facebook and started loading some pics there. I didn’t read the terms, but will now and will probably remove most (or all) of them. Thanks so much for the heads-up.
    Love your PBS series! Thanks for that, too.
    Peace, Judi

  • JuanKa Says:

    Thank you Art, good information. I am a fan of your work and I have all the DVD of Travels to the EDGE, Greetings.

  • admin Says:

    I hope I can restrain my ego.

    Thanks to everyone for their support on this issue.

  • Roger Says:

    Thanks for the update Art!

  • Caitlin Says:

    Thanks for the information – I had no idea of these terms. I think it’s time to play with photoshop’s watermarking feature.

  • Susan Christopher Says:

    Hi Art, Thanks so much for your opinions on Facebook. I’m appalled that our society has fostered companies with the attitude that our creativity is up for grabs. It’s so easy to just sign up without reading the fine print. Maybe this will be a lesson to us all to pay close attention and not become lethargic, believing others hold our rights as dear as we should.

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