Are you listening?
By CHERI ROBERTS for Challenging the Rhetoric
In his crowdfunding quest to financially support his defense of Malheur Refuge militant, Ammon Bundy, criminal attorney Mike Arnold has taken to using the Snip.ly* service to curate his Facebook page and website. Snip.ly allows anyone to take anyone else’s content, whatever it may be, and swap out the original link in order to add an overlay of an advertisement on the page. Basically, Snip.ly allows any user to frame any site.
Providing the newly created Snip.ly link is what is shared, all those visiting the link will be subjected to your message creating the illusion the site is endorsing or has accepted the ad you place.
In essence, using Snip.ly, I myself could put adds for my own site or podcast [or anything I want] in a frame on the Arnold Law Firm site and vice versa. Currently, firm owner, Arnold is using Snip.ly to…
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