Protecting your art from theft

Protecting your art from theft

Protecting your art from theft
« on: Jan 10, 2014, 10:58 AM »
As creators of art in this age of digital sharing, it's a very real problem that we face. People who are sh*thead rat bastards are going to steal your art and either use it to make money without your permission, or claim that they did it.

I wanted to share this website that I found a while back.



It allows you to upload an image, tag it with a unique code (a digital "fingerprint") and the site will periodically scan the internet for instances of the image being used.

I'm not sure how effective it is, or how it it comes into play legally if you need to confront an art thief, but it is a start.

Do any of you have ways you know of or want to share about protecting your art online? Any tools like this one?
- I yearn for redemption, but I'll settle for a breakfast sandwich.


 

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