My regular readers know what I’m talking about.
Part one of the story is deleted. Gone. Forever.
I saved the ‘Thank you’ posting with links.
What you might have seen recently is this text:
You might think why the hell I’ve put those annoying watermarks on top of the pictures.
Because an online news site misused one of my pictures
+ people are downloading my pictures without saying a word.
Now they get them with my signiture on.
If you’re interested to get any of my pictures without watermarks
please ask! Very simple! 🙂 email: toblogitse at gmail.com
How did I know about that stolen picture?
I have a counter where I can see how long people are surfing on my blogs, where they’re coming and going, download activity etc., plus I have a tiny little Sherlock Holmes living in 🙂 me plus intuition…
Here you can see all the details…
Look at the live demo – you can play with it to get the idea how it works!
Now I show you how to copy a work in RESPECTFUL way.
I wrote an email to Hugh MacLeod at gapingvoid gallery and told him that this cartoon is going to be published on my blog and if he wants me to remove it asked him to let me know.
I like his work. I get these cartoon by email and he makes me smile, great art!
WARNING! If you download this cartoon from my site I’ll send all the information to Hugh.
His art work is protected by Creative Commons A note of that is attached at end of his email.
Blogs. If you’ve recently added a blog to your site, or
if your site is a blog site, it’s possible that a visitor
could post infringing materials (e.g. text, video links,
images). Under the strict principles of copyright law,
you’d be a copyright infringer even if you were unaware of
the posting. Your liability could be significant. The
Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) provides a “safe
harbor” from liability provided you publish a DMCA notice
and register with the Copyright Office.