What if I need to upload a picture or a PDF to a website, application or whatever?
How do I keep my work from floating around in the Internet Archive?
Can my work be added to the Internet Archive if it isn’t on my website?
These are just the basic questions to keep in mind when dealing with watermarking. If you have additional questions, try contacting the Internet Archive.
What other ways can I protect my copyrighted content from watermarking?
You can write or email your client (or any other copyright holder/attorney) if you feel that a problem may exist. Keep in mind that if you have a written agreement, the copyright holder or company with which you have entered into a contract is your client, and if this agreement is not legally binding upon you, please make sure your client understands and shares your concerns about this problem. We strongly recommend that you include the following:
Your client’s name and an accurate address
The nature of your problem (i.e., whether your client has a trademark, copyright or license issue that needs to be addressed with the website)
The date on which you experienced the problem
The circumstances. Specifically, how you discovered the problem (i.e, how can you identify the source of the problem in the first place)?
In some situations, it may be necessary for you to issue a cease-and-desist letter to the source website if the problem is not resolved properly.
How do I deal with watermarking on my website?
What do I do if a website removes my watermark/copyright notice?
I have tried to remove the watermark and the website remains blocked. What can I do?
If your watermarked work is on your website, you may be legally bound to protect it from such attempts. This can be accomplished with a “fair use” argument.
You must show why you believe your work qualifies as a “fair use” for legal purposes.
Your case for a fair use may be based on either case law or a set of facts which, when considered in a light most favorable to you (i.e., is your site “fairly accessible” to the public) then can support a fair use claim.
However, to prevail, you must first obtain a court order before making your argument to a judge or jury.
It is important to understand that a judge (
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