Rejection for abstract image by intellectual property (IP) laws. What?...

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May 17, 2022 May 17, 2022

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That's my image and it was rejected by intellectual property (IP) laws.

Can somebody tell me why, maybe i don't understand something?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , May 17, 2022 May 17, 2022
I am assuming the reviewers thought it was too similar to the Rubik's Cube, which has a known IP restriction.  Here is a link to a list of known image restrictions that might help you out: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/known-image-restrictions.html

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Adobe Community Professional , May 17, 2022 May 17, 2022
The iconic Rubik's Cube is owned by Toronto-based toymaker, SpinMaster Corp.  They paid $50 million for it.  Unless you want a lawsuit on your hands, you have to get SpinMaster's written permission to use their design.

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May 17, 2022 May 17, 2022

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I am assuming the reviewers thought it was too similar to the Rubik's Cube, which has a known IP restriction.  Here is a link to a list of known image restrictions that might help you out:

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/known-image-restrictions.html

 


Rob R, Photographer

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The iconic Rubik's Cube is owned by Toronto-based toymaker, SpinMaster Corp.  They paid $50 million for it.  Unless you want a lawsuit on your hands, you have to get SpinMaster's written permission to use their design.

 

 

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