losdemas Posted June 11, 2020 Share Posted June 11, 2020 (edited) Currently going through a variety of infringements, some of which may be helped by restricting their availability with libraries/agents, but this is proving difficult, if at all viable. If I set restrictions within AIM as follows: Don't sell for consumer goods Don't sell for editorial Don't sell for personal use including single copy, non-retail wall art prints - thus only leaving 'advertising and promotion' as an available option to licence. So far, so good. But when the image when zoomed, despite a notice clearly stating 'This image can only be licensed for advertising and promotion', still retains Presentation or newsletters and Website as options available. Am I to take it therefore that Presentation or newsletters & Website come under the coverall of 'promotion' in Alamy's view? I would contact CR directly for an answer, but that is v difficult in the current (pandemic) circumstances. Thanks for your help. Edited June 18, 2020 by losdemas Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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