Thursday, July 19, 2018

2 results for 'copyright'

The Fine Art of Plagiarism

By Credo, published on Aug 27, 2013

They say that the greatest compliment to an author, or an artist is when his work, his craft, and his commercial persona [the very essence of his caricature and artistic being] has been plagiarized.

This single moment in time, is said to be, the first sign of his [author's] greatness. It is suppose to signify to the author that as a writer, a comedian, a radio talk show host or an artist of any marketable reputation, that he has finally reached a major pinnacle in his profession. I 'm not at all together certain if that's true; It feels to me rather distasteful, almost like I've been... (more)

Tags: plagiarism, copyright, intellectual property, commercial laws, stolen property

Where can I Copy Free Pictures for my Blog?

By ForestWander, published on Nov 5, 2011 pictures, this is not a recommended method. The search engine robot indexes these images without regard to licensing or royalties, and the search display relies upon the website owner to protect or allow the images to be indexed. Images which appear in the search results are subject to copyright, which is stated in the search query.Copy images to a websiteOnce a source has been selected for free images, the next step is to determine how the images can be transferred to a publication. The method of transfer depends upon how and where the images will be used. The same method for... (more)

Tags: photography, image, copyright, free, pictures, hotlinking, licenses

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