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Rebecca Reid
Hmm. Daily Mail are trying to pretend that they're allowed to use photos taken from people's social media. I think we all know that's not true...
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Rebecca Reid Aug 7
Replying to @RebeccaCNReid
Thank you v much to everyone for their super helpful replies x
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D A V I D Aug 7
Replying to @RebeccaCNReid @abstex
How do you know how much to invoice them for? What's the going rate?
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Rebecca Reid Aug 7
Replying to @Blue_Bag @abstex
I’m going for £100, which is what I know they’ve had to pay out previously
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¡VAMOS LEEDS CARAJO! #GTTC Aug 7
According to the going rate is £150 👍
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Rebecca Reid Aug 7
Ooo I should up my rate!
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¡VAMOS LEEDS CARAJO! #GTTC Aug 7
Absobloodylutely. It is the Mail after all. Be rude not to.
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Mike  |  MY Wood Designs Aug 7
My wife’s photo of my child on her Instagram has been used today to sell the top he’s wearing that we bought from the company. I’m not happy they’ve done that. Guessing I can ask for money from them?
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Rebecca Reid Aug 7
Yes!!
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Mike  |  MY Wood Designs Aug 7
Best way of going about this? Send them a bill or get lawyer/solicitor involved? Although I’d prefer some free clothes from them as my kids grow out of them so quickly. Cost me a fortune 🤣
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Milli Hill Aug 7
Replying to @RebeccaCNReid
That's interesting. They just published an article about me and lifted 4 or 5 pics off my instagram (not embedded) several of which featured my kids? I did wonder if it was allowed but then assumed it was my fault for putting them in 'public domain'?
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Rebecca Reid Aug 7
Replying to @millihill
Nope, totally not allowed. They just assume that you won’t make a fuss.
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Milli Hill Aug 7
Replying to @RebeccaCNReid
Hmmm. Well...any suggestions what to do? X
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Jay Aug 7
Send them an invoice. NUJ guidelines are £150 per photo - and tell them that’s on a one time use license. If they republish in another article, send another invoice etc etc.
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Dr Vaguechera Aug 8
I got the Daily Mail to pay my invoice when they did this to me, using my photos from Twitter.
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Rebecca Reid Aug 8
Do you mind me asking how much you invoiced them for?
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Milli Hill Aug 8
And best place to send invoice?
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Rebecca Reid Aug 8
I'd suggest pics@dailymail.co.uk but I'm not sure
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Jamie Fullerton Aug 7
Replying to @RebeccaCNReid
Slam dunk copyright theft. Screengrab the article and send ‘em a nice big bill for unauthorised photo usage - they pay these out all the time as they steal so much stuff, they’re used to it. Spend it on something cool!
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Jamie Fullerton Aug 7
Replying to @RebeccaCNReid
Also quite amusing how they’re trying to ‘explain’ copyright law regarding digital images to a digital editor, sigh etc.
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Rebecca Reid Aug 7
Replying to @jamiefullerton1
Also I worked at one of their companies previously. I know their tricks !
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