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Pinterest bans content encouraging self-harm or self-abuse

Pinterest, a popular site which allows users to "pin" info, links and photos onto a virtual bulletin board, updated its Terms of Service, Acceptable Use Policy, and Privacy Policy on Friday. Among those changes is a ban on content which explicitly encourages self-harm …
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Pinterest opens site to all, stops invite-only policy

Technology : Shelly Palmer Digital Living (2 years ago)

Image-based social networking service Pinterest has relaxed its sign-up policy, opening the site to all. Previously, people needed invites to become members and “pin” online images onto its virtual “boards”. Launched in 2010, Pinter... Read Post

Pinterest now open to everyone -- no invitation required

Technology : Digital Life (2 years ago)

Pinterest is finally opening its doors fully and allowing anyone to "pin" info, links and photos onto a virtual bulletin board without waiting around for an invitation. Read Post

Pinterest: Where domestic divas hang out online

Technology : Digital Life (3 years ago)

Pinterest, a slick-looking site with a homespun feel that lets you "pin" your info, links and photos of your favorite stuff — food, clothing, housework tips — onto a virtual bulletin board is quickly becoming the go-to social site f... Read Post


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