I know how to use google images to find only images that are ok for reuse and commercial use, but they do not usually offer a large slection. When I write a hub about a game or movie I like to include pictures, but it is difficult to find any I know are safe to use. There are sites like IGN that use pictures straight from movies and games. Is it ok to take pictures and screenshots of games and movies from IGN or other such sites and reuse them?
And can anyone suggest any good sites where I can get legal to use game screenshots?
by Wilma Proops 10 years ago
I noticed a Hubpage which suggested ripping off original content and putting it on a blog with adsense to make money. It suggested that you could use the same method to make the content for a hubpage. I know that Google will ban adsense accounts for these copyright infringements. ...
by Priya Barua 2 years ago
I had written 35 hubs, featured 34 of them, but for the meantime, I have unpublished all of them. I have recently found out that using images from Google are not allowed, and sites like Getty and Corbis is suing a lot of bloggers over unknowingly using their pics. It is specially difficult for me...
by OrangeCast 9 years ago
Another question regarding HubPages protocal and general legalities...How do we know if an image is copyrighted? Is it imperative that we use sites like freefoto.com or use only our own pictures, or can we include pictures saved or linked from, for instance, a google image search? This...
by vishnu 4 years ago
Can we use images of other sites on hubpages?Earning from hub pages comes only after, the approval of AdSense account. Therefore, is it a violation of hub pages guidelines to use images from other sites? Will there be any problem on applying for AdSense account, when we use those images in our hubs?
by Jeff Davis 8 years ago
is it necessary to cite the origin of your photos if you downloaded them from somewhere? and is it necessary to copyright or somehow mark photos posted that you yourself has taken? thank you in advance for any input.
by Justin Aptaker 7 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 the web. How do I know if an image that I find on Google images is copywrited?...
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