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Swedish social media blogger based in Stockholm and New York. CEO of strategy firm Mad Science Digital and Advisory Board for social media agency Whispr Group. Founder of PR of Sweden, the no. 1 online community for communication professionals in the Nordics. Nominated twice for most influential PR pro in Sweden by Cision.
Good point and great reminder, Helen. I think Mashable had an interesting perspective in this recent post: http://mashable.com/2013/08/22/illegal-internet-activity/?utm_cid=mash-com-fb-main-link
For most companies I think it's best to play it safe and wait for copyright laws to evolve and catch up.
I think that sums up the blog post in one sentence, cool!