When I did join existing social networks, I found the options for privacy were quite limited and difficult to understand, and also when I decided to get on and connect with a few of my friends, I noticed that their behaviour online was very different than their behaviour in the real world.And so, the Vero website claims that "Vero is for anyone who loves anything enough to share it – and wants control over who they share it with. Just like we do in real life."
We apologize for the late update.
We are scaling our servers to meet the increasing demand.
We appreciate your continued patience while we work to restore service.
— Vero (@verotruesocial) February 26, 2018
All my artist friends may wanna checkout the TOS for #vero before posting any of your work. You basically give them rights to do anything they want with it, or your pictures of your kids or even your own face pic.twitter.com/Z3klUrZn8o
— pixl (@pixl_art) February 27, 2018
We have updated both to clarify.
We appreciate your trust!
— Vero (@verotruesocial) February 23, 2018
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If anyone else is about to pull their hair out trying to delete their #vero account because the ceo is a villain and their TOS are shady AF, here's how: pic.twitter.com/XzKHWWFqZp
— Corrigan Vaughan �� (@nerdsrocket) February 27, 2018