Copyright Protection For Photos Is Dead

Posted on 6/10/2020 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (3)

One or my readers, Amyn Nasser, recently asked, “Isn’t it about time that ALL photographers started using copyright watermarks on all images that appear on social media platforms?" To a certain extent many photographers and agencies have tried for a decade or so to reduce infringement by placing watermarks on their images. For the most part the effort has been a total failure. This story will explain some of the reasons why.


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