NBA Erases Player Images from Websites, Face Stiff Fines for Facebook

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don2041

None of this helps my pc so I don,t give a shit. Why am I seeing this crap in a pc mag. Maxpc is way off here

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Capper

"None of this helps my pc so I don,t give a shit. Why am I seeing this crap in a pc mag. Maxpc is way off here"

Literacy....another use for your computer!!!!!!

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Paul_Lilly

The topic of fair use and how it applies to social networking/media is very much relevant to PC use, and that's what I find interesting here. For those that don't, other PC related news is a flick of the scroll wheel away, including news on Nvidia's successor to Fermi, Intel's push for Ultrabooks, Lenovo and NEC tag teaming PCs in Japan, and more.

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Capper

you still have plenty of Tom Brady pics for the spank bank!!!

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wolf17

Frak the NBA.  Censorship like this should not be legal.  So if Facebook notifies everyone of a player's birthday, and a coach who is also friends with this player says happy birthday he can be fined a million dollars?  That's pretty ridiculous.  Unless the media is just blowing this out of proportion and its really that they aren't allowed to talk business/NBA related stuff.  But if it's a million dollar fine for saying anything to the player thats crap and I hope the NBA's greed destroys them so that it can be about the game instead of BS politics and money like it is now.

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THE_REAL_MAVERICK

As an NBA fan, I find this very interesting.  Really dumb with all the legality they have between players and the NBA.  Its should be more about the game and less about the money.

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