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rebecca1233

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You are a photographer for a small newspaper. One day you notice that a national newspaper has run several of your pictures without giving you credit. Is this allowed? No. The newspaper must get permission or cite sources when using someone else as a source. Yes. Newspapers have special allowances regarding the sharing of information and images. It depends on the situation. If the image is smaller than 24 megapixels, it is copyright free. There is no law that covers the use of visual media among different news organizations.

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    The first one..otherwise its copyright infringement.

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