5 Steps to Preventing and Managing Photo Theft- Watermarks, Upload Sizes, Exposure, Reporting Fraud, and Digital Watermarks

5 Steps to Preventing and Managing Photo Theft- Watermarks, Upload Sizes, Exposure, Reporting Fraud, and Digital Watermarks.

 

Good article. Like the author and others, I have often compared watermarking with locking your doors, too. We don’t leave our doors unlocked because it doesn’t prevent ALL burglars.

I would also add that where he talks about reporting infringers, you can easily send DMCA takedowns to an infringer’s site yourself. Many sites have a copyright infringement reporting form or email. Below is my go-to info for all the links and tips I have collected on this topic and would never remember anymore without them being in a document: http://www.redbubble.com/people/cschnack/journal/7750976-art-theft-copyright-infringement-find-it-act-on-it

Enjoy the reading! 🙂

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2 thoughts on “5 Steps to Preventing and Managing Photo Theft- Watermarks, Upload Sizes, Exposure, Reporting Fraud, and Digital Watermarks

  1. I loved the way he expressed how it feels to have our stuff swiped … he’s spot on!! thanks for sharing this one.

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