Twitpic Signs A Deal To Profit From Your Celebrity Photos

Twitpic Signs A Deal To Profit From Your Celebrity Photos
technology

The controversial deal with celeb photo agency WENN means they can sell users uploads and receive a cut, while the photo's owners get nothing.

Emma Hutchings
  • 12 may 2011

Twitpic, the largest image sharing service for Twitter, has always been one of the most popular ways for users to upload and share their photos. However, a change to their terms and conditions, and now a controversial partnership, is threatening that.

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