This new set starts with a track well out of my date range from the great band Steaming Coils, but I though starting with some carnival sounds would give some symmetry to the collection, pointing back...
"Believe it or not, Pinterest's service agreement gives it the right to sell images that users upload."
"When you upload to Pinterest, you publish a medium-sized version of the related image to the service. Publishers of user-generated content protect Pinterest. You are not protected. Moore's point is well taken Just make sure with everything you post, you have a "worldwide, irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, transferable, royalty-free license.""
Yeah, they're on thinner ice than you would be. The legal question they have to answer is whether the indemnification you agree to in their tos absolves them from hosting copyrighted images which the rightholder did not give them permission to post.
PayPal on Thursday introduced PayPal Here, a mobile payment solution that attaches to your smartphone. If the idea sounds familiar, that’s because Square, a similar technology, has been around for about two years.
But those two aren’t the only options for small businesses looking to process credit card payments on the go. In fact, there are now four such payment solutions if you include VeriFone’s Payware Mobile and Intuit’s GoPayment.
Which one is best for you? We took a look at the various features for each offering to help you make the decision: