I do not want my first hubpage to be deleted. When creating it, I uploaded a picture from my computer, however, the facts say that you should receive permission first. I did not and who do I get permission from? The hubpage is not yet published so I am trying to correct problems before publishing it. Is there a category to go to so that Hubpages can screen it first before I publish it? Or, do I publish it and then let them tell me what I need to revise? Thank you in advance for your help.
If the images don't have a copyright notice than its not copyright infringement.
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That is completely untrue.
All photographs are copyright unless specifically stated otherwise.
You need to search for photos which state they are in the public domain, or have a Creative Commons License for commercial use.
Flickr has an Advanced Search where you can do that. Google Images also has an Advanced Search but it's very unreliable, and the instructions tell you it's your responsibility to check the license on any image you want to use.
HubPages doesn't approve hubs if there's a problem they'll let you now.
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If you took the pictures, you only need to ask the person whose pictures you are using permission. If the pictures you took only contain sceneries and/or animals, you can post as many as you want without permission.
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