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Re: copyright?? on library photos

Hi Bob,

I hope this means the pictures are being taken illegally!

Taking images from third-parties. The simple rule is, "Don't steal
someone else's images." The moment an original image (or string of
text) is fixed on a hard drive for the first time, it is protected by
copyright. Any unauthorized copying of a protected image is an
infringement of the creator's copyright, unless the use falls within
one of the very limited exceptions to the copyright law, such as "fair
use." In most cases, it is unlikely that the incorporation of an image
into a commercial web-site would be considered a fair use.



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