Don't pin anything, unless it predates 1923 or it's a picture you took yourself . . . unless the picture features a celebrity with your product in which case you may need permission.Have fun! OK, a little tongue in cheek - in all seriousness, many social networking sites raise intellectual property concerns. The WSJ piece offers some helpful insight. Employment law tie-in: Employers may wish to address these intellectual property concerns in their social media policies.
HT: Eric Meyer via Twitter.
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