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  1. Am I the only one struggling when I have not subscribed to either novelty or newspaper schemes and have the following showing up in sales: Usage: Personal use, Personal prints, cards and gifts. Non-commercial use only, not for resale. Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use Start: 30 June 2016 End: 30 June 2021 Fee $10.74 gross How can any rationale commercial operation provide a license for one time personal / home use (for which there is no way of tracking its actual use) that has a lifespan of five years, also if for personal ONE time use, why are Cards and gifts shown in the plural? Is there also a block on the personal use licensee being able to put up on social media (facebook etc) and thereby reduce potential future sales of an image? And all this for a fee to me that was less than the parking meter on the day in question. If personal sales are to become a regular option then I personally would like an opt out button, I can (albeit) begrudgingly live with sales of $30-50, at least it covers the cost of lunch and parking, but c$10 gross is a joke and that is why I opted out of novel and newspaper use.
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