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A French organisation representing professional photographers has launched a new campaign against the abusive use of photographs, often without proper remuneration, by editors and marketers
Rights 06 Apr 2012
Pinterest, the new social networking site that lets people "pin" images found online, has been accused of encouraging the copyright infringement of photographs. But, BJP finds, photographers can easily...
Copyright 22 Mar 2012
Ed Vaizey, the UK's Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, will address the photographic industry at the upcoming Sony World Photography Awards ceremony in London, says the Stop43...
Rights 21 Mar 2012
A deputy picture editor for The Daily Telegraph's website has been caught arguing that editorial staff is not required to gain clearance for the use of images online due to the nature of the industry,...
Rights 10 Feb 2012
Getty Images stands accused of intellectual property right infringement after it was successfully sued in a French court by the heiresses of iconic furniture designers
Stock Agencies 23 Jan 2012
Publishing house Archant has been accused of rights-grabbing after it introduced a new contract for photographers working on its local newspapers
Copyright 04 Nov 2011
The National Union of Journalists' freelance organiser has attacked BBC's justifications for using, without authorisation, images posted on Twitter
Copyright 19 Aug 2011
The Daily Mail's online picture editors have been accused of publishing a photographer's images despite being denied permission to use them
Copyright 17 Aug 2011
Bloggers and photographers are calling on the BBC to rethink its use of Twitter images during its news broadcasts after failing to credit copyright owners
Copyright 15 Aug 2011
[Updated] The Government's proposed reforms of intellectual property are criticised by the British Photographic Council, which says creators should have an unwaivable right to be identified as author of...
Rights 05 Aug 2011
Orphan works is back on the agenda, following the Government's acceptance of Professor Hargreaves' recommendations for the reform of the UK's intellectual property legislation.
Rights 03 Aug 2011
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