For web designers and bloggers, copyright issues surrounding photographs can be a nightmare - and spell potential disaster. But there is an easy solution.
AP is setting up a registry to track use of its material and take action against infringers. Is this a good thing?
Some large organisations, like Google, want to turn a profit from other people's work
NT gets aggressive over copyright, going after photo libraries and grabbing rights to competition entries
Do the copyright laws need fixing? Probably. The problem is, everyone has a different idea about what's broken
Rock band Coldplay is claiming the copyright of concert pictures taken by professional photographers. Just how rich do these guys need to be?
Microsoft and Nikon, responding to outrage from photographers, have admitted to letting their standards slip with the Iconic Britain competition
Microsoft and Nikon are suffering a serious backlash from their attempt to encourage copyright infringement
The 'Iconic Britain' photo competition asks you to enter other people's images - presumably because actually taking pictures is too much effort
The internet has given ordinary people powers they never had before - such as the ability to infringe other people's copyright
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