Another instructive court ruling was made about an embeded social media photo. This time a greatly different deciesion was made than in a previous case – but the situation is totally different too, what makes it clear what you may or may not.
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More and more news are coming about stars getting sued by paparazzis for infringing their copyrights and a series of fan pages being deleted by social media sites for the very same reason. It seems some celebrities and fans have a hard time understanding they cannot just grab photos and use them as they want.
Photographers in the mean time have a hard time accepting these rip off so they go into court against world famous people as well – and they win these cases too. As an end result however after getting burned themselves celebrities started to educate their followers too.
Selfie with the World Press Photo award winning photographer photo and the grand prize won for it.
I meet this question more and more often. People tend to ask it next to photos and other things shared in social media. They not only ask for the likes or thank it in advance but they try to provoke it: “how many likes this picture is worth?”
One of Instagram’s most popular photographer with 232 thousand followers feels a need for transiency and renewal thus he plans to delete all of his pictures published until now. His pictures can be seen only until december 6th in 2014. After that you can never see them again. I don’t question his rights to do this, but the sense of this action.
Netflix would strenghten its marketing with a few talented photographers to touch up their Instagram presence. They are looking for three “grammasters” who would travel and photograph around the American continent for 2000 dollars a week.
A Hungarian photojournalist moved to France where he got used to photographing his mobile. He started recording people surrounding him taking Instagram portraits following the paths of portrait artists.
After much debate the Marx statue will be removed from Corvinus University in Budapest.
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