Reporting devationsNo matter how big or small your group is you are bound to come across some site violations, because of this DeviantART provides a reporting tool, this article is to promote and explain how to report things that you think deviantART needs to be aware of.Reporting devations by BWPhotographry
Disclaimer - all views expressed in this article are mine and are not deviantART official thoughts and views if you need further clarification the help desk is always happy to answer your questions.
What happens when I think a deviation is breaking a rule?
First of all, make sure you have read and understood the terms of this site if you truly believe that a deviation is breaking a rule on deviantArt. Otherwise, the team at deviantArt can't do anything about that artwork. To help you understand, here are some useful help desk items:
How do we find the report button?
Now that we know for sure this deviation is breaking a rule, we jus
Holiday Card Project 2008This year marks deviantART's fifth annual Holiday Card Project! With the goal of bringing a little cheer to patients in the hospital during the holiday season, the Holiday Card Project connects deviants from all around the world and applies their tremendous artistic abilities in designing and creating get well holiday cards.Holiday Card Project 2008 by Heidi
Last year the Project received well over 1300 holiday cards sent in by more than 750 deviants from 50 different countries/political regions. The cards were then divvied up and distributed in-person by dA members at the UCI Medical Center in Orange, California. Extra cards were given to various hospitals in the U.S. and abroad for their staff to hand out to patients.
The idea behind the Holiday Card Project is to simply try and do something nice for others. However, if that isn't enough incentive, every deviant who submits a card will be given a free one-month subscription to deviantART, as
Copyright on the internet 101So you have found your image being used without your permission. First thing you have to understand is that you own the copyright to that image the second you click the shutter. You do not have to register it in order to claim copyright status. (although registering your images with the copyright office does give you better standing in a legal fight and increases your potential damage awards). Second is that as the copyright holder only you have the right to determine how the image is to be used and where it is to be displayed. Third is that it does not matter if the image is not being used for commercial purposes (i.e making money off it) it still is a copyright violation if you did Hello,Copyright on the internet 101 by cosfrog
I have found that the following image IMAGE URL located at LOCATION URL is using my copyrighted image which can be found at YOUR IMAGE URL without my permission. Please have the image removed immediately.
I look forward to your positive response.
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