Copyright for Photographers

 

Why is it important?

 

✔ 2.5 billion photos were stolen daily in 2019. 

✔ More than 1.4 trillion photos were taken in 2020.

✔ 995 photos are uploaded on Instagram every second.

✔ Photo infringement is so easy as an infringer just needs

to right-click an image and download it.

Why should you do it?

 

✔ It is your legal right.

Your intellectual property matters and that’s why laws

are created to enable you to protect it.

 

✔ It adds value to your work.

You take ownership of your  work, and turn it into an asset. You dedicated time and effort and sometimes money to create something.  Make sure you gain from it – because someone else might gain from  it instead.

 

✔ You have more  security when sharing your work.

Using our industry-leading tools, you have substantial evidence of copyright ownership to send a takedown notice, or claim damages, if you suspect infringement.

 

Now, with our new service Social Protect you can own your original social media posts using a single #hashtag!

By simply using #cwprotect on your post, we automatically upload it on our platform and create your certificate of Copyright Ownership.

When you register your copyright with us, either via Social Protect or our platform, our security badge discourages potential infringers, and our monitoring service means that you can keep track of who is using your work without your permission.

 

✔ Generate new business opportunities.

Infringement often comes from ignorance. Knowing who infringes your copyright allows you to find people who might be interested in buying your work. Share your work safely, and find people who are interested in paying for it.

 

You made it? You own it!

How can CopyrightsWorld help?

 

✔ Gives you proof of copyright ownership the moment you upload your photo on your Vault.

 

✔ Protects your original social media content simply by using #cwprotect on your posts.   

 

When added for monitoring, you can rest assured that you will know who is using your content without your permission.

 

  You can publish and share your blog posts without worrying about whether someone will steal them.

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