Learn about how to correspond with an infringer concerning copyright infringement.
- [Instructor] You've created your artwork,…you own the copyright to your artwork,…you've registered your copyright,…your copyright has been infringed upon,…and now you're responding to infringement.…We covered the four types of infringers,…now I want to go over several ways you can respond…to each type of copyright infringement.…Before you respond to any infringement,…do some simple research on the individual or business first.…
Document as much as you can before you respond in any way.…Collect visuals of clear usage,…screenshots of websites, et cetera.…Remember, don't give an infringer…a heads-up before you respond.…You want to hit them blind-sided…with a concise, evidence-based response.…After all, they didn't inform you…before they ripped off your art.…The first response method we'll cover is reasonable email.…
So, not too far back, I had a European hockey team…take my hawk graphic and use it on all their uniforms…and on their website and in other various ways.…They way I responded to this…is by using a reasonable email.…
- What's a copyright?
- What can you copyright?
- Registering a copyright
- How long does a copyright last?
- What's derivative work?
- Responding to infringement
- When to contact a lawyer
- Common copyright misconceptions
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Copyright for Photographerswith Carolyn E. Wright50m 54s Appropriate for all
Understanding Copyright: A Deeper Divewith Dana Robinson1h 12m Appropriate for all
1. What Is Copyright?
2. Copyright Registration
3. Copyright Infringers
4. Responding to Infringement
5. Common Copyright Misconceptions
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