Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 19, 2012
In response to hundreds of user inquiries, the management at YouMeThink.com™ has reaffirmed its policy of total user ownership of all uploaded content, including photos. Inquires were made in response to news stories on CNN and CNET regarding the loss of ownership rights and control of uploaded images to Instagram.
YouMeThink.com has sent emails to all its users assuring them of its continuing commitment to a policy that supports the value of privately created social capital, and to the spirit of community-driven commerce. Management also stated that unlike other social media competitors, user–generated content will never be owned by the Company in order to drive Company profits.
YouMeThink.com provides an alternative to current social network and social media search limitations, providing free services to users desiring greater freedom to create individual profits and more meaningful communities.
According to Paul Privateer, Ph.D., and CEO of YouMeThink.com, “it is clearly time for social media, social networking and search engines to fully leverage the power and potential of human thought. We can do this by converting ideas and content into profit for individuals and site-created communities.” He states that “in an age of new economies, YouMeThink.com is creating a new digital and democratically driven economy for individuals, not corporations.”
If users want further clarification about user policies or this press release, they can contact the Company from the Support Page at YouMeThink.com.
YouMeThink.com™ is a new web resource dedicated to transforming current internet technology into a social capital engine for individuals and communities. Founded in 2011 by Paul Privateer, PhD., YouMeThink.com introduces the concept of the dotcommunity™, the first web marketplace where users create communities and share and profit from their ideas, knowledge, expertise or entrepreneurial creativity. With free memberships, users upload content and set their sale price. YouMeThink.com provides a safe and secure marketplace with PayPal™ and SiteLockSecure™ services. YouMeThink.com uses low cost transaction fees to pay its employees, and to fund the SecondPath Commonwealth Education Foundation, http://www.secondpathfoundation.org. The foundation supports organizations and individuals committed to a fundamental rethinking of American education. YouMeThink.com is an EOC and invites investor inquiries. YouMeThink.com will be headquartered in Seattle, WA, currently has 22 global employees and seeks new team members.
YouMeThink.com™ and dotcommunity™ are trademarks of YouMeThink.com, PLLC.