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I took this image on my own camera. It’s simply a boat on a local river. Yeti get this back.
Thanks for giving us the chance to consider your image.
During our review, we found that it contains elements that appear to be protected by intellectual property laws, so we can't accept it into our collection. Please review the following intellectual property rights guidelines:
I mean, really. How difficult is this? Can anyone tell me what I need to do?
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Clone out the identifiable marks on the sail and boat! That's why it got refused.
Precisely, the boat shows some marks that might be intelectual property.
They ARE intellectual property because everything is. Everything made by humans is protected by intellectual property law for about 100 years. If the owner of the IP sees Adobe license a picture with some IP they own, they can sue Adobe, and Adobe can sue you. The idea is not to "cover IP up " but to turn a recognisable object into a generic one that nobody in the world could possibly recognise.
Exactly, that's what I meant. I shouldn't have used the wording "might be". Those marks aré intellectual property
Hi @Ruben CL ,
The question is answered and has been answered 2 years ago. I don't see the interest of commenting now here for this.
This said, I want to avoid discouraging you to comment on issues, but please don't do so with old stuff that has been resolved a long time ago.
I'm locking this now.