The internet has somehow managed to make Americans feel that they’re entitled to unlimited consumption of all the greatest music, literature, films, and journalism of our day for free; and simultaneously, to believe that their own amateur iPhone snapshots of their children could potentially be worth a great deal of money and so must be obnoxiously watermarked and carefully guarded from theft.

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  1. I am a vehement anti-watermarker.

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  2. I mean, I don’t care if others do it. I just don’t. Ha.

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  3. To be fair, I don’t think it’s money a lot of people are thinking about with the watermarking of amateur photos, especially of kids.

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