TokyoM1ke Posted January 12, 2015 Share Posted January 12, 2015 But there is still the matter of compensation that is due for the use he did make! Takedown or destroying the copied work only prevents the continuation of the original infringment; it does not or excuse or delete it. The original infringment is still a matter of fact, indeed destroying the art worlks is tantamount to admititing it. I had the same when a magazine took down some image and effectively admitted the infringement; I wrote again with my compernsation claim got the money soon after. Where there any others that he may have sold? All the more reason not t let go, and it could, after it's all over, quite possibly make a great, saleable news story Sheila. With supporting photographs... to which you own the copyright! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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