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More Not-So-Good Thoughts on Like.com

Posted on 11.08.2006
There has been a lot of talk about Like.com and the powerful technology that supports it, but what does Brad Pitt think about the visual search engine? How about P. Diddy? Two very different individuals. Diddy is trying to sell his own clothing line - he might like seeing his products featured and him wearing them. But poor Brad likes his privacy - see the problem? So how does Like.com get away with using celebrity images, and is the most buzzworthy site of the week going to get away with it? If someone were to use your image to sell products or services, wouldn't you want to be compensated? So the question is, can Like.com sustain? Are they moments away from receiving a slew of cease and desist orders? Or moments away from being gobbled up by a larger Web retailer like eBay? Website Magazine will keep you posted.


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