Gordon Scammell Posted June 23, 2017 Share Posted June 23, 2017 'Earlier this week, a Guardian writer attacked the daily mail for carrying comments by the controversialist Katie Hopkins. That was a lie. The Guardian and its writer know that Ms Hopkins has nothing to do with the Daily Mail, but works for Mail Online - a totally separate entity that has its own publisher, its own readership, different content and a very different world view.' This is a quote from an article written by Paul Dacre, owner and publisher of the Daily Mail. He is obviously stating that the Daily Mail newspaper and the Mail Online are two totally separate entities. I'd like to know if the Alamy charges the Daily Mail for newspaper usage of an image and then levies a separate charge for online usage of the same image. If Alamy does not do this I'd like to know why. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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