Pinterest is the wildly famous image-sharing site, now has topped an ex-Google lawyer to head its legal department and presumably, watch its back on copyright matters, as revealed in the report.
Business Insider told Pinterest has accept that it has hired Michael Yong, who, Bl said, left his job from deputy general counsel at Google one day yesterday.
Pinterest is the site to see among the digerati. By the end of last year, it had established one of the Top 10 social-media sites, and at starting of 2012, it was its single visits jump an effective 52%, from start of January to February alone, to a total of 17.7million. it is also inhanced to $35.7 million from VCs just like Andreessen Horowitz, and there is been some anticipation that Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg might be looking to compete by purchasing rival site, The Fancy.
The user’s create “pinboards” of image that have impressed them, and some times images are grabbed from the lot web sites users land on their internet visits…. Without regard for statutory ownership. Pinterest has developed a code snippet that websites can operate to prevent people from “pinning” their content to pinterest, but the company is indeed doing whatever it can to ensure that the copyright issue was not access it into hot water at some point.