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Facebook’s Photo Fiasco: Protecting Your Personal Images

by Kerry O'Shea Gorgone |

Once again, Facebook has proposed changes to its governing documents, stating the social network’s right to incorporate users’ images into advertising. [Check out the redlined versions of the “Data Use Policy” and “Rights and Responsibilities” for details on the proposed changes.] Understandably, site users became upset and privacy groups raised a ruckus, prompting Facebook’s top brass to put the pending changes on hold (for now). The basics of intellectual property haven’t changed: you still own…

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Kerry O'Shea Gorgone

Kerry O’Shea Gorgone, JD/MBA, is a writer, speaker, lawyer and educator. She hosts the Marketing Smarts podcast for MarketingProfs, and teaches New Media Marketing and Marketing Campaign Development in the Internet Marketing Master of Science Program at Full Sail University in Winter Park Florida. Follow her on Twitter: @KerryGorgone