Sarah Baley claims that the pharmaceutical company used her registered photos in marketing materials and online, without permission or compensation.
Life Sciences Intellectual Property Review.
New York lensman Christopher Pasatieri claims that the rapper infringed on Pasatieri’s copyrighted photos, after posting them on 50 Cent’s Instagram page, and generating tens of thousands of “likes.”
International street photographers raise awareness about commercial infringements on the collective group’s social media photos.
By Elizabeth Paton. The New York Times.
Peter Cepeda claims that the model posted his exclusive agency photo of Hadid to her Instagram account, gaining over 1.2M “likes,” without credit or compensation.
By Lucy Yang. Insider.
Here’s a great example of why it’s important to be prepared, before your photos and videos go viral.
By Michael Sechler. PetaPixel.
Al Pereira claims that Jenner’s company infringed on his copyrighted photos of Tupac and other rappers, by using them on T-shirts for sale online.
The estate for the late UK fashion photographer Brian Duffy claims that the Hard Rock infringed on Duffy’s iconic photo, used on the late famed UK singer-songwriter David Bowie’s album cover.
This article explains how easy it is for watermarks to be removed by computer algorithms. Properly copyrighting your work is key!
By Nick Statt. The Verge.
Celebrity photographer Marcel Thomas alleges that ABC News and Yahoo! infringed on Thomas’s registered photos of businessman Sumner Redstone and his former girlfriend.
World Intellectual Property Review.
The sculptor claims that a photo of his Las Vegas-based, famed replica of the Statute of Liberty was printed on nearly 4 billion stamps.
By Isaac Kaplan. Artsy.