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Pinterest Users Start Civil War Against 'Thinspo' After Self-Harm Ban Fails

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Pinterest users have begun a civil war against fellow users who promote "thinspo" images on the scrapbook site by polluting the #thinspo tag with images of attractive, curvy women and aphorisms inspiring women to love their bodies no matter what they look like.Images tagged #thinspo, short for "thinspiration," are...
Pinterest Users Start Civil War Against 'Thinspo' After Self-Harm Ban Fails

Google's Susan Wojcicki Responds to Ari Emanuel on Copyright Filtering

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Sometimes the juxtapositions at D allow for companies on opposite sides of an argument to talk to each other in public. Ari Emanuel last night repeatedly called on Google to help filter copyrighted material, speaking on behalf of the greater Hollywood cause from his role as co-CEO of William Morris Endeavor...
Google's Susan Wojcicki Responds to Ari Emanuel on Copyright Filtering
How Mozilla plans to save developers from the tyranny of the app stores

Samsung can hardly explain away all of Apple's smoking guns for intentional copying

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The U.S. trial that started last week has gone fairly well for Apple so far. While jury trials are always somewhat unpredictable, this is an exceptional case in which there appears to be overwhelming evidence in favor of one party: Apple.As a consumer, I like both companies, and own and...
Samsung can hardly explain away all of Apple's smoking guns for intentional copying

Pinterest Has A Porn Problem

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Officially, there is no porn on Pinterest. The rules of membership prohibit users from posting images featuring nudity, the user community is generally pretty good at self-policing, and most of its users are women using Pinterest for G-rated activities. But there is porn on Pinterest, and it appears to...
Pinterest Has A Porn Problem
Google SVPs discuss YouTube piracy, Chrome marketshare at D10
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