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Getty's move to allow free use of their images online -- what do their actions mean for photographers and their battle to protect their copyright?
Amateur Photographer interviews Joe Naylor, CEO of ImageRights International, and other industry experts
Playboy Enterprises International takes action against Hearst publishing for copyright infringement after Kate Moss shoot appears on Harper's Bazaar website.
Photographer wins $1.2m copyright infringement case against AFP and Getty Images for stolen Haitian earthquake shots.
"What sets ImageRights apart is that they will take on photographers' cases for little or no fee. Joe Naylor, CEO of ImageRights, also strongly suggests that photographers make registering images with the US Copyright Office part of their regular workflow."
PhotoShelter's Friday Happy Hour: Protecting Photographer Copyrights & More
"One of the best discoveries I made this year while doing my research on copyright, was a company called ImageRights International. I promised that I'd share some strong solutions for photographers who are interested in being proactive about protecting their copyright. ImageRights offers exactly the services that we as photographers need."
Photographer Ken Kaminesky's Interview with ImageRights CEO Joe Naylor
Copyright in the 21st century - Living in the digital age has meant an unprecedented exploitation of photographsDavid Hoffman, EPUK.org
"Not only are the clients notified of unlawful use of their work, they are also provided ImageRights Recovery Service. That offers appropriate ways to take action on the unlicensed use of their work."Max Silver, Bostinnovation.com
"ImageRights was designed to help both photographers and illustrators discover the illegal use of their intellectual property on the web."Picture-soup.com
"ImageRights recover revenue from unauthorized use of your images"PhotoBizCoach Beate
"ImageRights is a Great New Free Tool for Photographers"Jack Howard, Adorama Tech Blog
"ImageRights Inc. has announced an addition to its offerings that helps professional photographers and illustrators protect their copyrighted works at a very affordable price -- free of charge."Michael R. Tomkins, The Image Resource
"This is a FANTASTIC tool to add to your arsenal when trying to protect copyrighted work. Because in addition to finding your infringed work, ImageRights will also help you pursue compensation for the use of your copyrighted material."Tiffany Joyce, BeyondMegaPixels.com
"ImageRights Just Made It Easier To Find Out Who's Using Your Photos Without Your Permission"Scott Bourne, PhotoFocus.com
"Besides the product introduction one thing that struck me was the way the company works in a truly connected way using modern technology."FastMediaMagazine.com