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Jeremy -- -- -- there's a word in their cold transferable and that's the word of most interest that's the word of interest in exactly.
Now it makes sense that into -- would want a license to your content which is one of the things that was already in their agreement.
The change ads that were transferable.
What does that mean.
Who are they going to transfer rights to our pictures too and that's that's people freaked out.
If they're transferring that picture that you took that mustang -- the -- company oh and by the way getting back five dollars.
Well that's really of setting the first it took the picture.
Was he taken a picture to picture my foot would be terrible photo -- professional photographers that users to Graham and rely on it and love it.
Are really upset by that potential you there are a lot of professionals.
Who for instance you go to a wedding or botnets are something you take three or 400 pictures and then rather than.
Printing them and giving them to people are showing some of them I've ever something you put the money is to Graham and they can look at it and they can say yes we want this when we want that we don't want those who don't -- that -- make.
And then they can be charged for the ones that they get but all of a sudden their history and this is just one potential of what is probably just a loosely written user agreement hey if it were you sleep -- -- user agreement they can come back -- -- -- whoa -- this wasn't our intent sorry sorry I -- a -- in our -- get this fixed and call you right back -- some grim numbers and into that.
I'm right with you I mean it is kind of weird why -- they just saying anything and -- as reporting it was a little bit but then today spam spam that's the problem on -- Graham I don't think that's the problem I think monetization is the real problem they're just trying to sell ads better.
And if they do that.
Just by putting my picture elsewhere.
Fine I guess that's the price of free service but if -- licensing my -- somewhere that's going to be a real problem they need to come on say no we're not doing that and they haven't said that conclusively at all.
It's almost funny all of these privacy things to keep coming up because what you've done is you've transferred your property.
To another entity.
To allow your friends or whatever to look at them and you thought maybe and that entity to which should -- -- property wasn't ever gonna -- I mean dad used to save it sounds too good to be true it probably is true this stuff this spring.
What I mean it.
Got it and and that -- talked a couple people on the street saying -- to think twice about what I do you know gosh I hope so.
Please think twice about what you do -- people you're giving your content -- -- somebody and then complaining when they use it.
And everybody with a history and pages is not fully clothed either which which creates an entirely new -- -- and possibility that that is partly their own faults -- -- that's.
Fully -- own fault but I'm just saying.
How many hundreds or thousands of pictures are there of people I mean you think about it.
People who do not -- -- ozone and well weren't those pictures go that I don't know where they're going but I will not be purchaser we get fancy with these guys do with this for a provider.
Matter -- -- -- putts.
-- not to the world -- not.
Jeremy thank you thank you the.
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