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Thursday, March 10, 2016

Online Art Theft & You


#Art #Artists #Writers #Writing #FakeArt #Like&Share #Like&Follow #Plagiarism #Copyright #FanArt #FairUse
 
DISCLAIMER: This article is for entertainment and educational purposes only, and is not intended as legal advice. Please consult a lawyer before taking any legal actions.

   Any artist or writer posting her work on the internet knows that that kind of exposure is a double-edged sword. On one hand, you can potentially reach hundreds, thousands, or even (if you're lucky) millions of viewers in a way that's much more convenient and cost-effective than traditional media. On the other hand, it's incredibly easy to have your work ripped off, or even outright stolen. So how can an artist keep from being cut out of the deal? And how can we spot online art theft when it happens?

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