Alert: Rights Grabs and Reversal!
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Thanks to Mike Thompson of Yukon, OK, for submitting this alert.
The Daily Telegraph Adventure Travel Show photography competition rules first provided that the Daily Telegraph could use submissions “in any way that we want, and in any media.” After the AP magazine representatives protested, the rules were changed to: “In contributing to the Adventure Travel Show photography competition we may, from time to time, publish and otherwise use your image for event promotion with your permission. Your image will be credited where appropriate.”
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