Russell Watkins Posted March 30, 2015 Share Posted March 30, 2015 Maybe this shouldn't have happened in the first place but... We made some changes to your Alamy contract on 16th February that were due to come into force on April 1st. We've had some feedback from our photographers and it made us realise that some of the clauses didn't accurately reflect how we work, so we've made some changes. To summarise: After deletion or termination, we will only issue re-use licences for the same product or project as the original sale. We will only licence images after deletion or termination if we've already entered into negotiations or had a download for the proposed licence before the image was removed from the site. We've set a limit of two years from the date of deletion or termination for licensing of images where there's been a download or we've entered into negotiations. We're not preventing photographers from chasing alleged copyright infringements, but they need to check with us first. We're sorry we didn't do a good job of explaining this before. Because we've made some further changes we're writing to give you 45 days notice of all recent changes. The new contract is here and the key changes are listed here. All changes will be effective from 14th May 2015.We don't need anything but you might want to keep a copy of the contract once you've read it through. (Email received from Alamy today). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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