How NOT to steal photographs

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File this under Public Service Announcement.
Since nearly every cell phone has a camera, and since advanced editing tools are available for free, it makes no sense to steal a picture from the internet.
I know it’s easy to do.  Just do a Google image search and you’ll find exactly what you need, right?....



http://activerain.com/blogsview/737400/How-NOT-to-steal

 
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Don't rip off artists!

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Copyright Law and the Artist
What images can I use for free from the internet? Copyright issues are becoming an important aspect of students' and educators' work on the internet. Read about some copyright myths, andlicensing still images. You can read about copyright law and the internet, and you must see The Copyright Website. The latest copyright news and legislation can be found at the Creative Incentive Coalition. Educators have some additional rights to copyrights. You may visit Copyright and the Visual Arts for questions and counsel. There is an interesting site talking about the copyright extension that was passed by our legislators.

If you're not sure about the status of a copyright, you can enter the title and/or author of the work at the U.S. Copyright Office. See the Art Teachers Guide to Copyright for more information.

Royalty Free Images

 
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Win and IPad2 from Dreamstime

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Special student discounts on royality free images for reports, presentations etc.

Royalty Free Images

 
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Wet T-shirt Contest Finals Spring Break Cancun

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18+ to view

http://www.metacafe.com/watch/479821/wet_t_shirt_contest_finals_spring_break_cancun/

 
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