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Two Years an Upwork Slave: How to Own Freelancers and Sue Those You Can’t Ownby@nebojsaneshatodorovic
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Two Years an Upwork Slave: How to Own Freelancers and Sue Those You Can’t Own

by Nebojsa "Nesha" Todorovic3mNovember 21st, 2018
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Author, GoLancer, "Noonies2020" Award Winner, says it's time to part ways with Upwork. Section 7 of Upwork’s Terms gives freelancers the right to opt out of the platform. Even the smallest potential competitors are treated as a serious threat to Upwork's dominance. If a client wants to work on goLance or some other platform, are we going to have an “open legal season? Freelance Stands for Freedom, NOT Fear. I’m a helpless believer in Good Karma.

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