Was copyright an issue using Peanuts Character images ?
Did you have to obtain permission too use the
peanuts characters in your article or are you
just hoping the copyright people won't
Actually, it wasn't too difficult to find pictures that were for commercial reuse. I found most of the pictures from commons.wikimedia.org or did a google advanced search to find commercially reusable pictures. I think a couple of them were even from Flickr. Just have to take the time to look.
by Amber2 years ago
I wanted to post this under questions, but I wrote too much. The topic may sound like a stupid question, but hear me out. I want to e-publish my first book and I am using my own pictures. Some of the pictures are of...
by Janis Leslie Evans5 years ago
I took pics with my camera of images on my tv screen. Is it legal to use them? Edited? Specifically, is it illegal to use them in monetized hubs?
by Justin Aptaker7 years ago
How to avoid copywrite infringement when obtaining pictures and videos for my hubs? Consequences?This question has several parts. I'm worried about the copywrite issues involved with pictures and videos that I obtain on...
by Rose West8 years ago
Has anyone ever run into copyright issues using images from photobucket? I like the selection at photobucket, but it seems like people post a lot of photos they probably do not own. I like using photobucket, but there's...
by Kate Swanson6 years ago
Could one of the HubPages team confirm the official position re watermarked pictures? I know the rules say "prominent" watermarks are not allowed, but I can also understand the desire of Hubber photographers...
by Will Apse18 months ago
I haven't tried to have a plagiarized page removed from Google search since the change to the niches. How do we prove ownership if we no longer have access to webmaster tools for our pages? My recent request was...
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