,,I am hooked on Copytrack” – Interview with Adrian Albrecht
Adrian Albrecht visited us in Berlin to get to know Copytrack better and to talk about his work with Copytrack. During this meeting, we conducted an
Copytrack Lawyer’s Conference: New EU Copyright Regulation
COPYTRACK always put all our effort into every individual case submitted to us. But that is not all we do; we continuously work to be at
Legal-Basics Part 2: Photos of people – Who can I photograph?
Whether in distant countries or on domestic streets: For many photographers, people as subjects are every bit as exciting as objects, landscapes and buildings. But are
Legal-Basics Part 1: Photographing other people’s houses – is that allowed?
What can I take pictures of without fear of violating copyright law? Are there any rights that must be considered if I want to take a
Memes – funny, but not in terms of copyright!
On a daily basis, millions of Internet users share, re-blog, re-tweet, and re-post content from others on social media. This behavior has led to a flourishing
Why Copytrack is so successful in the United States – an opportunity for photographers
America, the land of opportunity – a title that’s also fitting when we talk about the enforcement of claims for copyright infringement. Contrary to Germany, the
How to handle non-paying clients?
Many photographers know the problem: a customer does not pay the bill – in some cases even if the photo is already being used. If a
„I was thrilled to find a great partner“ – Interview with Copytrack user Takuya Morihisa
Takuya Morihisa, a nature photographer living in Japan, spoke to us about his experiences with the Copytrack system after winning several cases. His speciality is in
The corona pandemic and its impact on the creative industries
The outbreak of the corona virus is causing concern around the world, affecting businesses of all sizes – from multinational corporations to local corner shops. The