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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
[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
A number of photographic organisations across the world have launched a new campaign to promote the rights of creative people
Copyright 11 Apr 2011
The Daily Mail has been, once again, accused of allegedly infringing on copyrights after one photographer found one of his images used, without his authorisation, both online and in print
Copyright 17 Jun 2010
More than 200 contributors to three of Bauer Media's music magazines - Kerrang!, Mojo and Q - are protesting the roll-out on 16 April of new contracts that strip photographers of all of their copyrights...
Rights 13 Apr 2010
Getty Images has joined a coalition of industry organisations representing the "vast majority of photographers, artists and photographic agencies" to influence the definitive form of the Digital Economy...
Copyright 25 Mar 2010
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