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TOPIC: Copyright-Privacy Law on This Site
Created by: KBSB84
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Is it just me but do these notices posted on numerous profiles do nothing but take up space? Sort of like those facebook notices a while back...Am I wrong?

**WARNING: Any institutions or individuals using this site or any of its associated sites for studies or projects - You DO NOT have permission to use any of my profile or pictures in any form or forum both current and future. If you have or do, it will be considered a violation of my privacy and will be subject to legal ramifications. It is recommended that other members post a similar notice to this or you may copy and paste this one.

*****UPDATE*******To: Sydney University and all other institutions using this or any site or its associated sites for projects - You do not have permission from me to use any of my profile or pictures in any form or forum both current and future. If you have or do, it will be considered a violation of my privacy and will be subject to legal action. ( I suggest the rest of you post this notice)

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Let's cut to the chase and put the BS to rest... The Supreme Court has ruled, you have no expectation to privacy when you post on this site on any other social media site. And this site is considered social media. Although in most instances you do retain the copyright to original works that you created i.e. your photos that you yourself have taken. Never post anything onto social media that you do not want the world to see. If you wouldn't want your mother to see it, then you should not put it on a social media web site. Your private emails and contents are protected, this site is not...

Faux copyright legalese will not protect your privacy. Your rights are however governed by the sites terms of service. If the terms are not acceptable, then you should not use the site. But is does not protect anything that you post to this site. Do not be lulled into a false sense of security because you posted a privacy notice to your profile. It means nothing... act accordingly... Caveat Emptor.

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It wouldn't surprise me in the least. I'm much the same way.

Columbia SC
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"But, if you really did know that, that's pretty obscure."

The quantity of useless obscure things I know might surprise you. There also was an anti-pornography bill some years back that happened to be numbered HB 69 (or maybe SB 69). I can't remember which state it was, or whether it passed.

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I'm guessing a coincidence, since I doubt you knew about a 10 year old House Resolution which just happened to be #d 69 and in the same vein.

But, if you really did know that, that's pretty obscure. I googled HR 69 just to see what HRs had been #d 69 in the past. I find it amazing that one was right up this alley.

Columbia SC
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"Was that a stroke of brilliance, or an INCREDIBLE coincidence?"

What do you think?

Belle Chasse LA
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"Given that, what is the likelihood they'd hire a lawyer and walk into public court to defend an infringement? "

I'm glad to see not everyone is dense.

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Fun:

Was that a stroke of brilliance, or an INCREDIBLE coincidence?

H.R.69 -- Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (Introduced in House - IH), 108th CONGRESS

To require the Federal Trade Commission to prescribe regulations to protect the privacy of personal information collected from and about individuals who are not covered by the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 on the Internet, to provide greater individual control over the collection and use of that information, and for other purposes.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES January 7, 2003

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I definitely noticed that too, cpl. Da-a-amn.

Although it is so tempting to join Fun in the smartassery surrounding Robert's latest plight - what with his high school yearbook photo showing up on porn sites or whatever spooked him out of keeping it up - I feel guilty about doing so anymore. Other than little jabs. Like the one I just made.

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I don't know how valid the privacy warning is but the OP needs to have some sort of safety warning on their profile to alert dudes that viewing their profile pics will lead to erections lasting 4 hours.

Jesus, what a body on the Mrs. Damn near poked my fucking eye out. #pitchingatent

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Fun:

"In the meantime, I think you are wise for not posting any public pics of yourself. Rock on."

A small hurdle, one which Facebook and other sites make irrelevant by selling your web browsers history and or the use if cookies, ect.

On someone's database, my Facebook account is liked by my computers Mac IP address as the common means to identify my web search and log in names.

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