The next time you are watching tv, or thumbing through a magazine, you could see an image of you, or your family. Your photo's can be plucked from the internet, without your knowledge, and used in advertisements.....check this out....Who Knew???
Wow. Since the only show I ever watch is the Office, I doubt I'd ever see myself on tv. That would be pretty weird, though. I just came back from Cape Breton and the Customs guy told my husband that he thought he was bringing one of their gals to the USA. I guess I look like everyone else so I wouldn't even know it was me! Confused? So am I.
I wonder if there's any actual recourse if they went pic hunting in the CM photo galleries...
edited to add: I wonder if CM might be tempted to sell your photo without YOUR permission, since they technically claim to own it.
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You can be sure that CM, is not in the business of selling anyones photos, nor are the sites mentioned in the article. They are simply lifted, without thought of copyright, as the woman with the dog photo, found out as she had a copyright on her photo journal.
Your inference is insulting, as is your first comment.
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OH,,,that explains why all my Tom Selleck look alike photos have been used in his movies and on T.V.
Awww, all this time I thought it really was Tom running around Lakeland!
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