Jewelry maker Michelle DiFilippo-Espinoza had a bad experience with Pinterest when unscrupulous individuals stole images of her products and used them to spread malware. "People thought I was not a legitimate business. I lost sales because of it and had to rebuild and regain trust in the Internet community," she said. To help prevent future problems, DiFilippo-Espinoza now places watermarks on her images and remains on watch for suspicious users.
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