Friday, April 17, 2009

India’s #1 Magazine, really?

As Niranjana explains why India Today is so not what it claims. I mean, if this is how one becomes #1 Magazine, i guess it really isn’t any achievement.

Blog Article here on how she was ripped off.

Monday, December 1, 2008

DNA E-Paper Steals

Stolen! Horrible!
Originally uploaded by Bhavna Bahri

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Arun Ganesh gets robbed...

Here is a advertisement. Looks pretty ain't it? I know. Sad stuff is that its stolen from wikipedia. Image clicked by Arun Ganesh, a photography hobbyist and a wikipedia contributor who writes under the pen name of PlaneMad. This is not the first time he is being robbed though, its happened before a huge newspaper publication about a year back.

Read his Blog post for more details. This time its by a print ad company called Mudra and its for a lakh's of worth campaign ad.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

The Photo Thief Seminar

We had an interesting discussion about copyrights on Copyrights. Here is the slide show we used.

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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Shame! Shame! Statesman

Shame! Shame! Statesman
Originally uploaded by rita banerji
Mirjam Letsch is a flickr member and one of her photographs was recently stolen and used by one of Calcutta's premiere newspapers. This is a copy of the page. She has tried to contact them but with no response.
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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Sunday, October 12, 2008


It looks like we got cartooned. As ironic as it sounds, the indian press has proved itself again.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Nita Gets robbed by Hindustan Times

Nita, a Blogger / Photographer finds her Images in Hindustan Times. Same old story, robbed, no credit, no compensation, no answers.

Full Story here.

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Friday, October 10, 2008

Meeta gets robbed by TOI

Meeta Khurana, a Photographer / Blogger from Germany today emailed me.

Here is her story. Looks like TOI is the champion for the cause of thieving intellectual property.

This time its their supplement paper 'Pune Mirror' that did the flicking.