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June 11, 2018


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Enrico Bertuccioli

You perfectly hit the target Tjeerd. That's a perfect analysis of the situation.

Neil Bradley

This might help. I would consider chasing a publication in your own country (in UK under the small claims), but it's a lot of worry if it's not your thing. In the UK a publication must have an assignment in writing to claim copyright. If they reproduced it with out consent, I think they would lose the claim, especially if they contacted you for the original. You will need to prove your losses, so how much would you have charged if they had paid. Posing on Twitter does not give away rights to artwork, it would seem. Study there terms and conditions. Also, you should always include © symbol + year + your name on all the artwork. An artist owns their own work. Newsworthy or not.

Dave Shelton

This does seem like a pretty clear cut blatant breach of your copyright. Worth pursuing, I would have thought.

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