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Giving credit where credit is due: How to attribute images used on the web

If you are publishing content on the web, or social media sites, you are probably using photos or images you’ve found through a search on the web. Sometimes, it can be tricky attributing photos properly, and it’s important to do so correctly. The reason it’s important to be correct about…

On Camels and Creative Commons

Part two of our series on copyright law and images: We are glad that you have decided to abide by the holy law of copyright, but you still need to keep your boss happy and find that photo of a tourist riding a camel in Egypt in the next ten…

Copyright law and photos: finders ≠ keepers

What you need to know about copyright law and photos:  Finders are not keepers when it comes to photos on the internet. High quality, free photos from the internet are awesome. But, if you are stealing them, you are not so awesome. Here’s what you need to know to avoid…