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  1. Arti says:

    ), repurposing or reusing other’s work(s), especially for commercial gain may still be considered copyright infringement. While most social media platforms are based to a few extent on the redistribution of content (share, retweet etc. This is often done through a document signed by the copyright holder, or, in certain circumstances, an authorized agent. It’s by no means impossible to use an image that is copyright protected  – you just need to get a a license or other permission to use it from the creator first. Yes. It’s also possible to transfer copyright between people. In most cases, using the work either involves licensing an image through a third-party website, or contac If you come across a work you want to use, but it’s not obvious who the owner is, you can try searching a centralized database, which list registered works, their owners and contact details: If you come across a work you want to use, but it’s not obvious who the owner is, you can try searching a centralized database, which list registered works, their owners and contact details: If you come across a work you want to use, but it’s not obvious who the owner is, you can try searching a centralized database, which list registered works, their owners and contact details: If you come across a work you want to use, but it’s not obvious who the owner is, you can try searching a centralized database, which list registered works, their owners and contact details: If you come across a work you want to use, but it’s not obvious who the owner is, you can try searching a centralized database, which list registered works, their owners and contact details: Yes.

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