I couldn't find this in a search of the forum. So here goes.
There was an article on DP review extolling the great benefits of Unsplash. In short, it's a web site where you can upload your high resolution photos for anyone to take and use free of charge, including for commercial purchases, with no attribution required. According to the author it's wildly popular. All these years I've been advising neophyte photographers who are afraid of having their work stolen never to put up high resolution files. Now we have a web site that institutionalizes the zero value of intellectual property.
I think I recall seeing a note the other day where Canon was rebuked for grabbing an image off of Unsplash and using it in marketing materials. The image was a composite (at least one part of which came from a Fuji camera). The image itself appeared to be posted by somebody who did not in fact own it.
What's the world coming to?