This is so Liz Warren (via techPresident):
Worries Over Copyright Infringement Kept Warren’s Senate Campaign Off Pinterest
Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren’s 2012 campaign stayed away from the social image-sharing platform Pinterest because the campaign’s new media director feared that the platform could be shut down by copyright infringement claims.
“The reason I didn’t create a Pinterest account for Elizabeth was because there’s been a lot of legal talk about whether the content on Pinterest is legal or not,” said Lauren Miller, the Warren campaign’s new media director.
“[L]egal talk about whether the content on Pinterest is legal or not” – is that a classic Warrenism or what? It could have come straight out of her I’m Not There press conference last month.
As techPresident notes, Warren’s website does have a button if site visitors want to share on Pinterest. And even though the campaign didn’t set up its own account, there are still plenty of images of Warren up there:
Worth a thousand words, eh? And with Warren, maybe even more.