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Pinterest Will Let Web Publishers Opt Out With Code

Pinterest is offering code that will let publishers opt out of having their site content shared on the increasingly popular social network. In an interview with LLSocial.com, Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann said users who try to pin from sites using the code will see a message telling them "This site doesn't allow pinning to Pinterest. Please contact the owner with any questions.
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