being ripped off
October 3, 2019 at 9:44 pm #37187ParticipantD-Dan@d-dan
I dunno if I should be miffed or flattered. In 2016, I wrote a poem. In February 2018 (the earliest I can find – though I’m sure it was originally 2016) I shared it to facebook. In the past few months, I’m seeing bastardised versions of it cropping up all over the place.
Now, it wouldn’t bother me if I was accredited, but I’m not, and so I dunno how I feel about the whole thing, flattered or peed off.
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October 4, 2019 at 4:57 am #37190ParticipantThe Duke@sgb101Forumite Points: 11,460
flattered. Imitation if the highest for of it.
Once you plop it on the net, its no longer yours anyhow. Not unless you safgarded it first. So just be satisfied it was good enough it’s caught manys imagination.October 4, 2019 at 2:52 pm #37196Participantkeith with the teef@thinktankForumite Points: 2,559
Its a strange one for sure. What we put on face book often ends up somewhere else if the content is good enough.
Duno where zuckerberg is going wit this encryption thing. I dont like it.October 6, 2019 at 5:03 pm #37251ParticipantEd P@edpsForumite Points: 15,896
Check FB TOR. Iirc this FB post sums it up:
“Technically, you own all of the content you post on Facebook; therefore, you can copyright it. HOWEVER, by posting something on Facebook you:
…grant [Facebook] a non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use any IP content that you post on… Facebook.
and while this license ends when you delete the content from Facebook or delete your account, this does not apply if “your content has been shared with others, and they have not deleted it.”
For practical purposes, this could reasonably be interpreted as meaning that if somebody saves content you shared on FB to their computer, then while you still own the copyright to that content, Facebook has full rights to use that content, as does anyone they choose to sub-license or transfer that right to.”
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