|What measures do you take to protect your work against Internet piracy?
Ignorantly rely on the grace of others and keep the resolution low.
I register all my work with the US copyright office. Often I will bulk register collections 2-3 times a year. IF i have specific work that is unique and I am really concerned about I wil spend the extra money and register that separately.
Although Meta data can be stripped out I do place my information in the file. Piracy is a very difficult thing to stop especially on the web.
I use Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike Creative Commons and only upload low resolution images to try and avoid piracy.
Copywrite laws take care of most of that. I'm not really too worried about it. I see it as a compliment.
I try not to upload it to places where it can be downloaded or used without my logo being on it. www.ppa.org has some information on copyright that is really helpful to the photographer!
not much. I don't make the images very big.
If I told you, I'd have to kill you. I like to sneak up on thieves.
Not much just only upload work that is small so the most they can use is on the internet not in print
I usually place smaller sized images. Occasionally I watermark my images online.
am unaware of them to be honest...
I've been lucky.
Water mark, publish at low res on website, if you love it that much I'll be flattered, but if I catch you I'll prosecute
I don't... there is no image on line big enough to be printed...
Copyrighting and registering
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