I really do like Pinterest quite a bit. I know that there was lots of discussion about why someone would use it. I use it because there wouldn’t be enough room in my house for all the corkboard I would need to organize my projects or inspiration. I also like going to a site where I can type in a keyword like “oil cloth” and a million ideas pop up – to help me through a creative block.
I like how Pinterest has all the professional jargon about their site – but then they put the content it everyday terms. I have copied the everyday talk….
Using Pinterest – You can use Pinterest unless you’re under 13.Also, if your boss is making you use Pinterest, you need to set up a Business account.
Your Content – Copies of content shared with others may remain even after you delete the content from your account.
Feedback you provide – Don’t post porn or spam or be a jerk to other Pinners. Oh, and we can actually use your suggestions to make Pinterest better
Copyright Policy – We respect copyright. You should too.
Security – You can help us fight spammers by keeping security tips in mind.
Third Part links, Sites, and Services – Pins link to content off of Pinterest. Most of that stuff is awesome but we’re not responsible when it’s not.
Termination – we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
Indemnity – if we are sued because of something your business does on Pinterest, you have to pay our cost. Also, you should have created a business account and agree to our commercial terms in the first place.
Disclaimers – Unfortuately people post bad stuff on user generated content sites like Pinterest.
General Terms – If we’re making a big change to the terms, we’ll let you know.