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Assume this is a work of fiction.
September 26, 2014
September 24, 2014
There’s little recourse for those whose photos are stolen. When Jenny contacted Instagram for help, the company seemed not to understand the problem. “I explained that this private user had stolen photos of my infant daughter,” she says. “Their response was that this was impersonation of a minor and I should be reporting that a minor is using Instagram. I wrote back and said this is not a minor using Instagram. She claims she’s 14 and she’s using a picture of my baby and other babies. They never responded.” (Instagram didn’t reply to a request for comment from Fast Company.)
Wow. This is still a thing?
How is there “little recourse”? File a DMCA takedown request and bypass the drama.
(via kenyatta)1 week ago
September 21, 2014
September 16, 2014
This is likely to be the only conference where you see tech CEOs listening to a freelance jewelry designer talk about her struggles paying the rent.