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Jul 08, 2011 04:07 |  #1

Hi there,

I'm not sure if this is right section, but readers of this section may know about this.

Some guy is streaming images from flickr by tags on his site. One of mine happened to show up in his stream and I've asked him to remove it.

He seems to think anything visible on flickr is fair game for use this way. It is only a small thumbnail with a link and its credited. However I wasn't asked and don't want my images on his site.

I'm correct that if I ask he should remove it aren't I?

He's implying that I don't understand that flickr is a public site and is starting to annoy me.

Any help?


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Jul 08, 2011 05:28 |  #2
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Report the stream to flickr

Here is a link to report all copyright abuses...I had the same problem with trolls on other sites claiming that stupid nonsense
http://info.yahoo.com …k/yahoo/ip_copy​right.html (external link)




  
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Jul 08, 2011 05:50 |  #3
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Another thing is to change your permission on all the photos in future so only you or certain people can see them. Plus, stop the photos being downloadable

Quick and dirty method to change every photos permission is to make a new set, call it e.g. "All", pool all the photos into the set, there is a batch edit option on the set so you can change permission on the photos in the set so only you (or only you friends can see it, though they would need to have a flickr account).

If you want other people to see them that are not on flickr i.e. a client, you can issue a guest pass




  
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