Digital agencies that skimp on legal are negligently exposing themselves and their clients to substantial claims

Catch the highlights: I’ve noticed an alarming trend with many digital agencies and the account managers responsible for advising their clients on their digital marketing initiatives: they view legal frameworks as something akin to the undercoat on a wall. It seems to be a good idea although it’s better to keep it thin, hidden awayContinue reading “Digital agencies that skimp on legal are negligently exposing themselves and their clients to substantial claims”

Pinterest’s amended terms still leave users exposed

Pinterest (I am going to be a little lazy in this post and refer to “Pinterest” when discussing both the site and its creator, Cold Brew Labs) has been in the spotlight quite a bit lately due to its terms of service as well as content creators’ concerns that their content is being shared withoutContinue reading “Pinterest’s amended terms still leave users exposed”

Pinterest’s hidden threat to its users

We recently wrote about the questionable copyright implications of using Pinterest to “pin” images and videos to the site and to share these items with other Pinterest users. What we didn’t deal with in that post is the consequential threat facing Pinterest users that has persuaded at least one photographer and lawyer to delete herContinue reading “Pinterest’s hidden threat to its users”