My point is that most of the people using these forums do so under the understanding that the images they upload, once uploaded, no-longer belong to them. Rather they now belong to the online cannabis community,,, and the patrons that have kindly supported the facility of making these images available online,, for the general public to view.
We personally respect facilities like ICMag / Gypsy for this. They (and others) house the images that I n I don't want sitting about on a computer or disk for the pigs to spunk on. My own gallery is used as a constant source of information on the phyllotaxy of cannabis anatomy (bud structure),, with out which I'd forget so much of what we were growing/smoking last year, and now the year gone.
DocLeaf has duplicated images all over the place. So what? If a company or the next company wants to source them as reference, then that's really up to them,, i n i nah give a f**k about these things... DocLeaf will always know the conditions beneath which the image was fixed,,, so long as none of them comes back at us with bs claiming that we can't post our own photos someplace else again,,, lol Then,, what's the problem?
However. The day that ANYONE
images from fritillary seed
,, without owner consent,, then fritillary seed
will - first seek "royalties"
, a process of litigation
would soon follow,, and we'd imagine someones head would roll... lol haha
Not really we'd probably just take the shop windows off until a donation to a local blind charity or something was made ,, and trust I's know plenty window fitters,, wood and UPVC
Getting back to reality,,, the logistics in pursuing recompense from an online pseudonym are in fact so slim... that it is silly that this subject is even being debated here. This thread is in place as a legal requirement by ICMag, thought up by a smart-ass accountant / lawyer / type person,, and actually holds very little in the way of legal status in a real court of law... as with all so called cannabis copyright laws,, it's a chimera based on a set of twisted-up laws. In the most extreme case some jumped up rich kid is going to try sue ICMag,, and fail... lol
Try not to get too hooked up on it buddy,,
This is what we is saying :wink:
"If you throw a dog a bone, you don't want to know how good it tastes..." : Brick-top
Erb Roots n All
Edit: p.s. please take what we say in jest,, true rascal at heart,, we're just emphasising the madness involved in litigation