February 7, 2012
What Does Freedom Mean To You As A Cloud User?
There’s been plenty of talk surrounding The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). This bill had the consequence of allowing the US Government to ‘police’ the Internet and restrict peoples freedom to share content with others. We at SpiderOak – like many of our colleagues – found this simply unacceptable. And as all the voices rose up to combat the bill, thankfully it has currently been removed from consideration. At SpiderOak we believe in providing a FREE, innovative and private online backup, synchronization, and flexible sharing solution. So we’d like to get you involved in something special.
What does freedom mean to you?
Personally – freedom occupies the number one position on my values list. Nothing is more important. I neither take it for granted nor do I ever allow myself to be complacent about the many freedoms I enjoy personally. Others are of course free to agree or disagree. With this in mind and in the spirit of self expression, we would like you to show us how you feel.
Show us what freedom means to you!
First – Post your best photo interpretation of FREEDOM to the Facebook fan page wall. Your entry will be moved to the “Freedom Photo Contest Album” on the Facebook fan page from now until February 29, 2012.
Second – Each participant is only allowed one entry. Submit your best photo interpretation of freedom.
Third – Ask your friends to ‘Like,’ and/or follow SpiderOak on Facebook, Twitter. On Facebook, visit the designated album on Facebook and ‘like’ your entry. 50% of your rating will be based on the number of likes your photo received.
Fourth – The winning 3 photos by midnight CST on February, 29 2012 will be awarded 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Details of how these are judged are listed below.
Fifth – Participant grants SpiderOak perpetual license to use photos submitted for advertising and collateral.
Instructions for Twitter::
Follow @SpiderOak on twitter.
Simply tweet: “Just entered to win money in the #FreedomPhotoContest! Follow @SpiderOak and retweet my picture if you like it. Thanks!”
The grand prize winner will have his/her photo published on our blog and a little about yourself.
Winners will be informed via Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. NOTE: Sorry everyone – due to restrictions, Google+ entries will not be a consideration for this contest.
There you have it! Be creative and have fun. Share your passion with the world and remind yourself and others how important freedom is to you and us all.