Copyright law and photography - Knowledge Base

This section covers the broad topic of international copyright law for photography. If you are a photographer whose photos were stolen, or you want to secure the rights to your photography for the future, the articles below might give you a hint about what to do next.
1004, 2018

How to prove your copyright

By | April 10th, 2018|Categories: knowledge base|0 Comments

In our daily fight against image theft, often you can settle a case easily since the opposing organizations understand they did something wrong and would like to resolve the issue peacefully. Sometimes, however, they’re purely [...]

401, 2018

5 methods to secure evidence when your photograph has been stolen

By | January 4th, 2018|Categories: knowledge base|0 Comments

Have you ever found out your photo was published on a website, a blog or a social media fanpage without permission? If something is available online, it does not necessarily mean that it’s “for [...]

1611, 2017

Cease and Desist Abmahnung by Filipp Bickel or Robert Fechner

By | November 16th, 2017|Categories: knowledge base|0 Comments

Have you received a so-called “cease and desist” order (“Abmahnung”) by someone who claims to cooperate with PhotoClaim? If so, we can help you verify whether it is a legitimate claim or a scam. [...]

1010, 2017

Differences and similarities in copyright law in the US and the EU countries – part 2

By | October 10th, 2017|Categories: knowledge base|0 Comments

Go to part 1 There is no international copyright law that protects the artwork worldwide. Fortunately, the Berne Convention, its principles, standards and rules became a framework for copyright law. Countries are obliged to meet [...]

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