Do you own the rights to a screengrab?
It's important to credit the source if you use a photo in a hub, but who do you credit for a screen capture? If I take a screengrab of Facebook, am I the source, or is it Facebook?
I believe so, unless you are garbing an images created by someone else and trying to pass it off as your own.
Screenshots I believe should be exclusively yours by right, unless of course, if the contents of the screenshot (screengrab) are copyright protected, then any use, of any form of it may be prohibited.
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