In light of all the mess with Mr. Richard Prince, it has become foremost in my mind to learn ways to protect the brands of photography we are working hard to establish. Because of Mr. Richard Prince, our copyright law just got a lot weaker. Even weaker than it was before. With that said, I’ve been researching ways to protect not only our brands but our fans, from spam and ridiculousness of the like. A friend of mine just wrote an excellent blog post and posted a video on the best security settings for a business Facebook page. It was too good not to share it forward…
Thank you Tatiana for the time and research you put in on this. We are all the wiser for your due diligence.
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Article by Tatiana Lumiere Photography
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