Tag: copyright

PR use of public images under FOP threat

Photographs including modern buildings and other creative works may fall foul of new European Parliament copyright proposals. New constraints on ‘freedom of panoroma’ may stop PR businesses using photos and videos taken in public places for professional purposes, including reuse on social media. Do you take photographs on your foreign holidays? Perhaps share some of …

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NLA stirs up PR hornets nest

As a PR professional and social media practitioner, I was flabbergasted by recent proposals by the Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA) to charge PR consultancies if they send links to newspaper websites to their clients (see Patricio Robles’ blog post for good overview of debate). Over the past ten years or so, I have been very …

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