$150,000 pictures — the pitfalls of unlicensed photos on your website

Using unlicensed photos on your website could cost you $150,000 each

A picture is worth a thousand words, but it could cost you $150,000 if you use someone else’s picture for your blog or website without permission. Yes, you read that right. That right click button giving you the option to “Save image as…” can lead you down the path of copyright infringement and being forced to pay thousands of dollars to the owner of the photograph.

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Melody A. Kramer

Melody A. Kramer

Lawyer, entrepreneur, freelance writer. Writing about life from all different angles. Author of “Why Lawyers Suck.” www.melodyannkramer.com

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