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"EightNineThree" <eightninethreeREMOVEeightninethree.com> wrote in message news:bd4la0$t94$1ngspool-d02.news.aol.com... > Holy crap! 4040 people stole my "spacer.gif" image! I'm gonna sue those > s!!! Don't forget to sue those clever s who renamed it to "spacing.gif" or "transparent.gif"....

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    "EightNineThree" <eightninethreeREMOVEeightninethree.com> wrote in message
    news:bd4la0$t94$1ngspool-d02.news.aol.com...
    > Holy crap! 4040 people stole my "spacer.gif" image! I'm gonna sue those
    > s!!!
    Don't forget to sue those clever s who renamed it to "spacing.gif" or
    "transparent.gif".


    Woolly Mittens Guest

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    "brucie" <brucieloser.brucies.com> wrote in message
    news:bcsr91$n7k06$1ID-117621.news.dfncis.de...
    > In post <pan.2003.06.19.17.03.01.944660webpageworkshop.co .uk>
    > Dylan Parry said...
    >
    > >> I am currently looking for a way of protecting images on the web
    >
    > > My favourite method is to put all of the images on floppy disks (they
    > > still have their uses) and then inside plastic food bags. Go out into
    the
    > > garden (at night is best) and find your favourite spade. Dig a big hole
    > > somewhere near the Geraniums and place the bag in it. Shovel all the
    soil
    > > back over it and then wait until the soil settles. By the summer you
    will
    > > have a nice flowerbed and no one will ever know that you hid all your
    > > images under it.
    >
    > thats not going to work if your visitor has some sort of night vision
    > device and/or device for locating objects underground
    It works great, because the mine detector's magnetic field erases the floppy
    at the moment of detection.


    David C. Barber Guest

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    > <script language="JavaScript">
    > function click() { if (event.button==2) {
    > alert('Sorry! Enter your message here);
    >
    >
    This s!! And only keeps the newbies away. It's also VERY annoying

    Erik


    Garma Guest

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    > > I am currently looking for a way of protecting images on the web
    >
    > <p>This image is copyright (c) 2003 myCompany[1]. All rights reserved.</p>
    In my opinion this is the best way to protect them, though it is not keeping
    the images save. But this is the point: Since it it not possible to protect
    them physical (read the other threads and responses) the best thing you can
    do is letting the viewer know that this is your work. On the one side the
    viewer is not annoyed by stupid scripts or plugins and on the other side you
    are giving them some kind of responsibility, they know that they are acting
    wrong if they steal your images. Since you didn't actually protect them it's
    no fun stealing them and most people will accept that they are copyrighted.

    For me, I have that special "gotcha" feeling when I get an image which is
    "protected". A simple copyright line makes me skip over and look for other
    images I could use.

    I also suggest putting this line under the image, and in the image your sign
    or name.

    Erik


    Garma Guest

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    "Garma" <e.j.polsits.tudelft.nl> wrote in news:bdkopk$agf$1
    news.tudelft.nl:
    >
    >> <script language="JavaScript">
    >> function click() { if (event.button==2) {
    >> alert('Sorry! Enter your message here);
    >>
    >>
    >
    > This s!! And only keeps the newbies away. It's also VERY annoying
    >
    > Erik
    >
    >
    There is no way you can protect web images as the user can always use
    'print screen' from the keyboard and paste the screen into any image
    application.

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    Kingdom Guest

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    > There is no way you can protect web images as the user can always use
    > 'print screen' from the keyboard and paste the screen into any image
    > application.
    Please read all postings in this thread before responding, this has been
    discussed a thousand times....


    Garma Guest

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