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(Some Guy)   SFW Interview with Christie Heffner, CEO of Playboy, about how they protect over 50 million photographs, 11 million art images and other content   (baselinemag.com) divider line 12
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2006-02-19 04:58:15 PM
Boooooooooooooooooooooooooorrrrrrrrriiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnnng.


Oh, that Playboy?

Boooooooiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnnnnngggggggggggggg.

/tired
 
2006-02-19 05:26:49 PM
It's only SFW because they cropped the picture of Chrissie Hefner. She's naked from the waist down, you know.
 
2006-02-19 06:41:07 PM
FTA: We have full-time employees who search the Web looking for misuse or theft of our material.

I want that job....
 
2006-02-19 07:00:42 PM
Get paid to look for misused Playboy images on the web? I want that job. Given my employment status, I'd really love that job. Wonder if they do that from their Chicago offices.

/needs jorb and fast, sigh why do jobs like this never show up anywhere?
 
2006-02-19 07:02:58 PM
It's Hefner.
 
2006-02-19 08:31:42 PM
Have you seen her ass? It's more like heffer.
 
2006-02-19 08:48:24 PM
img72.imageshack.us

Shame we don't get to use these much anymore. I liked Fark better without tabs and with boobies threads. Oh well.
 
2006-02-19 08:51:56 PM
And just for old-times' sake:
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2006-02-19 09:00:46 PM

Too bad Playboy isn't so concerned about their customers' credit card information.

http://www.vnunet.com/vnunet/news/2116678/playboy-caught-pants

(pops)
 
2006-02-20 12:45:54 AM
"And yeah, there's this whole thing called Usenet that we have no idea about."
 
2006-02-20 12:47:10 AM
Really old porn is awesome. Too often we wind up placing people from the early 1900s as nearly belonging to another species. The world was so much different back then, they worked so much harder to just eake out a living most of us would classify as torturous. And then you see an old black and white photo of a nude or semi-nude woman and it's an amazing reminder of just how much remains the same. I expect a hundred years down the line people will be thinking much the same about our culture.
 
2006-02-20 06:50:54 AM
WhyteRaven74: Get paid to look for misused Playboy images on the web? I want that job. Given my employment status, I'd really love that job. Wonder if they do that from their Chicago offices.

"I think I'd really really prefer to work from home, Ma'am."
 
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