When you publish information to the cloud – whether it’s to your own website, photo sharing websites or social media – your data becomes public and controlling its use can be difficult or impossible.
Data vulnerable to unauthorized use includes:
Common problems with unauthorized use include:
Legal, but unintended and unknown usage
Unauthorized and illegal usage
Social media services may (depending on the service agreement) legally use your images in their advertising programs, or sell your images.
IP theft and copyright infringement, leading to lost income.
Usage of your images in undesirable situations, or for objectionable activities, jeopardizing your reputation or brand.
Watermark images to make them unsuitable for use in advertising or sale.
Downsample and reduce the quality of images to make them undesirable for advertising or sale, but still adequate for sharing online.
Embed hidden ownership and copyright information into images to prove ownership and detect copyright infringement.
Watermark images to reduce the possibility of theft.
ScramPhoto protects your photos from a range of potential misuses, ranging from loss of income, unauthorised use, copyright infringement and metadata information leakage.
ScramPhoto allows you to watermark your images with text or hashed lines, making them unsuitable to use in advertising. It allows you to add both visible and invisible copyright messages, making it easy for you to prove ownership. It will downsize and downsample your image to reduce its quality, reducing the likelihood of unauthorized use while still allowing sharing on social media.Visit ScramPhoto website