This is what happens when you have septuagenarians voting on innovations in a fast moving world.
At least they didn't arrest the person taking the video...and then rape them as well.
"According to the police report, the manager said she was trespassing and crossed over the barbed-wire fence"
Shouldn't the plant manager face some sort of discipline for making false accusations?
It's also true in the age of YouTube: without copyright, there can be no quality films or TV. (Franka Potente.)
One could argue about what one considers "quality". I've seen good shows on television AND Youtube.
Well, it is a good thing that I distribute stored files directly from my FTP server. A little bit more hassle, but it was the way we used to do it in the past.
Maybe people like WB are more worried about other contributors in that thread seeking monetary reward for contributing as well?
Isn't the bigger story that this man was drunk while dropping off his children? Probably even drove there...
Watching that video also shows that the cops holding the barrier were just as surprised and, probably, pissed that they just got pepper sprayed as well.
I hope one of them speaks up, but I doubt any wants to follow Serpico's footsteps.
I prefer the paint-coloured vomit bombs, but to each their own.
I'll put @rebel.media on my "do not use" list...though, I doubt I would ever have used them. On the other hand, we just opened an office in London...
Of course, this company is just causing more harm to itself because it will earn a reputation of being litigious.
It got quite good exposure on the radio yesterday. Basically, as commentary states, it's not about allowing access to his account, it's the subsequent access to his friends that he didn't want to allow.
Of course, the other side of the coin is that if you are going to use your Facebook account to represent a brand (the party), then they should have some control over the brand.
The easy solution is for him to make a new Facebook account to use during the campaign that can be controlled by the party to make sure the message stays consistent.
Just use the dollar coin and get a penny back..jeesh.
It's much more likely to be a cultural issue than anything "weird". If you aren't used to having your picture taken as a culture, having strangers (ie. tourists) snapping shots of you and your loved ones can be intrusive.