A UK based national newspaper used one of my photos in an online article, who owns the image rights?
A photograph I had produced for a HubPage (on Hobbylark) appeared in a UK national newspaper online article a while back, and although it was attributed to "Hobbylark", I was just wondering who owns the image rights? is it the Hub Author or Hubpages? If so, although attributed, would they have had to sought permission? Has anybody else been in a similar situation?
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