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What do brands like Nike and AFP have in common ?
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What do brands like Nike and AFP have in common ?

Recent news from unrelated business verticals has drawn my attention ...

The agency Maxppp selects Imatag and Picrights to increase its revenues from illicit uses of its images

The agency Maxppp selects Imatag and Picrights to increase its revenue...

The photo news agency Maxppp has selected two partner companies to ...

Metadata for “dummies”

Metadata for “dummies”

For those who have never heard about it and those who thought they ...

State of image metadata in news sites - 2019 update

State of image metadata in news sites - 2019 update

Copyright, neighboring rights, fake news ... Is it possible to know ...

Visual content analytics : the power of image monitoring

Visual content analytics : the power of image monitoring

Martech landscape is evolving. Here comes the era of visual content ...

Managing your assets after they leave your DAM

Managing your assets after they leave your DAM

We were delighted to be present at DAM New York 2019 conference! We ...

Imatag creator Lamark receives funding from french media watch specialist
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Imatag creator Lamark receives funding from french media watch special...

Digital image watermarking and identification technology specialist ...

5 reasons why brands should monitor their images

5 reasons why brands should monitor their images

As our fashion and luxury sites study exposes, brands massively ...

Professionals' tips on how to protect your images from online theft
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Professionals' tips on how to protect your images from online theft

A worldwide survey of photographers conducted by Imatag reveals the ...

State of image metadata in 2018
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State of image metadata in 2018

Is metadata still relevant to inform images of their source, context, ...

Who kills our metadata ?
Copyright |

Who kills our metadata ?

Only 3% of the photographs published on the web still have their ...