Brooklyn, NY, photographer Jeff Bachner claims that East Texas Radio published his registered photograph on its website, without permission.
By Lynn LaRowe. Texarkana News.
New York photographer claims that a Texas newspaper used her photograph on its website, without permission.
By John Suayan. SE Texas Record.
New York photographer claims that East Texas Radio published his copyrighted image, without permission.
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Polaris Images claims that the Boston Globe published a copyrighted photo taken by one of its represented photographers.
By Darren Heitner. Forbes.
The Chinese search engine giant was accused of misusing 76 images, which were exclusively licensed to Shanghai-based photo agency Dongfang IC.
By Xu Zuwei & Liao Shumin. Yicai Global.
Houston photographer scores early victory, after forcing the University of Houston to defend itself against a lawsuit alleging it published his photos without permission.
By L.M. Sixel. Houston Chronicle.
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By Justin Peters. The Slate Group.
Montana portrait artist claims that the company violated his copyrights, after airing his storm cloud images in the Netflix original series “Stranger Things.”
By Jack Alexander. Fstoppers.
A lawyer-turned-photographer takes on violators of his copyrighted iconic image of the Indianapolis skyline.
By Mark Alesia. IndyStar.
Band manager removes copyrighted information from a music photographer’s images, and shares the photos on social media, without permission or compensation.
By Michael Zhang. PetaPixel.