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Google+: Protecting Your Photo Ownership

Posted on the 21 July 2011 by Jesusmsanchezl @JesusmSanchezl

Google+One of the most common issues with Facebook is its policy with photo ownership. Many people have been upset because once a picture is uploaded, they can no longer claim intellectual property ownership over them.

So basically, everything that you upload to Facebook belongs to Facebook until you delete it.

However, Google+ respects your intellectual property. Here is an image that shows what I mean:

Google+ vs Facebook Property Policy

In my opinion, respecting our intellectual property over our data gives Google points over Facebook.

There has been discourse on the possibility that Facebook is destined to disappear with the rise of Google+ but I do not agree with this completely. In my opinion, this only means a slip in the usage of a social network that does not respect its users and their digital ownership of photos and videos.

This is the Google+ flipping profile picture. It is not big deal, but it is an amazing feature that Google+ offers. You only need to have more than 1 Profile picture in order to make it work as in the following video.


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