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Facebook Updates Rights Management with New Features to Help Out Photographers

By September 23, 2020September 24th, 2020Copyright, Current News

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Cross-posted from Light Stalking
[by Kehl Bayern]

Facebook is rolling out some more features to help creators like photographers protect their work on its myriad of social media platforms.

These new options, in addition to more streamlined processes for reporting infringements, were rolled out as part of a comprehensive set of changes to make things easier for creators to protect their work.

In an update posted here, Facebook wrote:

“We want to ensure Facebook is a safe and valuable place for creators to share their content. That’s why we built tools like Rights Manager in Creator Studio to help creators and publishers who have a large or growing catalog of content better control when, how and where their content is shared across Facebook and Instagram. Today, we are introducing Rights Manager for Images, a new version of Rights Manager that uses image-matching technology to help creators and publishers protect and manage their image content at scale.”

To access these the new Rights Admin features, users can submit an application at this link.

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Related: Facebook Introduces Rights Manager for Images

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