All Your Images Belong To Us

This is interesting move from Getty on dealing with social media

"Earlier this week, Picscout/Getty released a new licensing tool to deal with social media platforms of all kind.

In a nutshell, it works like this. Social media platform ( think Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter) install an API on their site that allows to automatically recognize if an image posted belongs to a photo agency (Getty Images only for now). Upon recognition, the usage is either approved or denied. If approve, a license fee is charged."
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