Infographic: The Use Of Images From The Web On Your Site, Newspaper Or Broadcast

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We created this infographic for some of our media clients to give them a one-page cheat sheet on the analysis they need to do when trying to decide whether they can use an image from the internet in a pinch.

The infographic includes all the caveats because rarely can a legal issue be discerned down to one page with so few words.  In fact, I wrote a three-part series on this very topic last year.

To view this as a pdf, click Use of Images InfoGraphic.

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