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Snap: Downvotes posted by Jack
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  • Jack
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    For my part I fully admit to sensational, editorialized titles and unattributed images. I assume that is simply a matter of preference or interpretation (like NSFW), but I am not out to break peoples rules or ruin their experiences.

    I assume from my reading of the FAQ that policies are intentionally vague in such regards.

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    • Jack (edited 3 years ago)
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      AFAIK there is no legal risk if you remove the content when asked. It has happened to me on pintrest perhaps a half dozen times.

      When convenient I attribute, but if I followed your guidelines 99.9% of the content I have submitted over the years would not have been submitted due to time and other constraints. I certainly wouldn't participate in as many social media sites as I do, the newest of which being snapzu. Certainly I would have nowhere near as many snapzu XP points as I do.

      The snaps I have had added to the Snapzine have unattributed images, as an example. Few of the other images there have attributions, including the image for your snapzined contribution here. It seems prohibitively time consumptive to attribute every image.

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      Is this the kind of thing you are wanting?

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    • Jack (edited 3 years ago)
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      OK, that is a lot less onerous than what I thought you were asking for. Most of the snaps I thought were violations of your preference actually do have attributions on the source page.

      What about situations such as the one I describe here?

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      If you can't find the source, you shouldn't post it.

      And yes, it is time consuming, when you do stuff the right way it usually is.

      That does not sound like social media to me.