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Federal Court Rules Your Instagram Photos Can Be Embedded Without Consent
A Federal Court has dismissed a photographer’s Copyright Infringement Claim against a major online publication that used her Instagram image without permission citing that the photographer “signed over the rights of embedding by posting the shot to the photo-sharing service.”
It’s Finally Happening! Instagram Will Start Testing Out Hiding ‘Likes’ In The US This Week!
In as little as a week, Instagram will begin testing out hiding “likes” on the massive photo-sharing platform. How will this change affect the influencer and creative worlds using the app for their careers?
A Photo Uploaded by Jennifer Lopez Got Her Hit with a $150,000 Lawsuit
Copyright is very important, and tricky business sometimes. Even more so when your subject matter is a celebrity! Check out this copyright lawsuit filed against J.Lo that’s hitting the news.
Watch Out for This Crazy Facebook Scam!
Recently, Switzerland-based photographer John Wilhelm had his Facebook page hacked, and the scammers used his page to steal money from hundreds of people! So he took to his blog to share his story in hopes that it might help others avoid his mistake.
Hipstamatic Makes A Comeback With A New Free App And Updated Analog Styles
The Original Point & Shoot Analog Camera for Mobile Phones Has Returned! Hipstamatic brings all the joy, quirk, and randomness of film photography to your pocket.
Threads — Instagrams ‘Exclusive’ New App that Let’s You Share Photos Only With Close Friends
Facebook and Instagram are now making it even easier to stay connected to friends and family—but focusing more on your ‘inside circle’. Their new app, ‘Threads’ comes as a sucker-punch to Snapchat with what Instagram is calling “a new camera-first messaging app.”
Photographer Receives Heartfelt Apology After Rugby Star Reposts Image on Instagram Without Permission
This Rugby star proves it’s okay to admit you’ve made a mistake. After learning of his mistake with an uncredited photograph, Williams did the right thing by linking to the original photograph, crediting the photographer, and asking for his forgiveness also!