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  1. nettra reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    (via soupsoup)
  2. digiphile reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    What @AntDeRosa said. If someone wrote a tweet, posted a picture or uploaded video, attribute that original creator. And...
  3. stevieljohnson reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    Spot on! Share the love.
  4. kirklarsen said: Attribution and permission are different beasts, though. Right?
  5. johnness said: Credit and permission aren’t mutually exclusive.
  6. orangedolphin reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    Attribution and permission are two different things - I can use your photos and say you took them but that doesn’t mean...
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  8. jeffcagle said: If only these people realized they could be paid for their photos.
  9. marquitaharris reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    Agreed.
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  12. elvira reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    shameful. attribution is the bare minimum and, as such, sacred. not giving credit is like hiding the source.
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  14. reallifedocumentarian reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    horrible policy. This has happened to me more times than I can count. And as a person who would like to make a living...
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