Full Lives Reviews follows US Federal Copyright Law as noted in Article I, Section 8, clause 8, of the United States Constitution. Copyright is a federal law of the United States that protects original works of authorship. A work of authorship includes literary, written, dramatic, artistic, musical and certain other types of works. Copyright does not apply to works in the public domain; words, names, slogans or short phrases (those may have protection in trademark law); blank forms; works that are not original; and government works. As applicable to our photo and stock image policy, we only publish images and content with permission of the author/creator after we have purchased a license.
Our company uses two types of images on Full Lives Reviews website:
- Stock Images
- Images created and/or taken by our staff
We rarely use creative commons images but when doing so, we have written permission of the creator. Furthermore, our stock service providers require us to pay for a commercial license to use any image found on our site that is not our own. For more information about the difference between a commercial license and a personal license, to visit http://www.stockphotorights.com/faq/#dpc
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