DavidC Posted July 11, 2013 Share Posted July 11, 2013 I have been using ImageRights for chasing copyright infringements (mainly in the USA) - the greedy weasels in the UK mean that court action via the PCC (Patents County Court) is your best course of action to date. However, IR have now appointed representatives in both Germany and France - so if you find an image stolen there you now have a possible chance of redress. Is it worth pursuing ? Well, my settlement documents in the USA have produced payments beating my Alamy sales by a factor of three for the past few months (with the best settlement for $2,200) - I do not go after bloggers, nor do I chase small websites where the usually inexperienced owner has obviously made a mistake - students and most housewives are also safe ! - importantly if IR say that the case is not worth pursuing then that is an end to it - but for me the representation in Germany and France is great news. Any other good results on this front ? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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