When you receive a copyright infringement letter

If you are using or used images on your web site or in print or in any other media, without a photographer’s permission, and received a cease and desist letter/demand letter/copyright infringement letter from a photographer, his/her legal representative, from Getty Images or Corbis, here is a guide on what to do and what not to do in this case:



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