Hi, Internet is not opened nor free. Internet is controlled by giant companies Free internet is now a dream just read the license agreement people never read. read the book "when wizards stay up late" and compare to the actual network, You will see that that the actual internet is at the opposite of the original concepts I don’t want to protect my images against commodore addict like you and me :) But against company that could attempted to use them for commercial use. These day more and more people are selling emulators for old machines And even trying to sell games and resources. When I'm say that I'm not speaking of all individuals and group of passionate people That are trying to keep alive those old computers and are sometimes selling at fair cost But some large company that decide one day to put an emulator in their game console Or cell phone. -- Didier -----Message d'origine----- De : firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] De la part de Vanessa Ezekowitz Envoyé : dimanche 4 décembre 2011 01:50 À : firstname.lastname@example.org Objet : Re: need some advices On Sat, 03 Dec 2011 23:21:01 +0100 Ruud@Baltissen.org wrote: > Hallo Vanessa, > > > > It defeats the purpose of a free and open Internet. > > Which also means that one is free to put text on his image :) > > > Instead, add a hidden watermark > > What does diminishing or enlarging do with this hidden watermark? Depends on how it is implemented. Last such example I saw could survive resizing and minor modifications to the image, though I don't remember what the limits were. I believe it simply reduced the watermark image to only 3 or 4 bits per pixel and use the result to replace the lowest-order bits of the original image. Crude, but effective. > And what if people use this picture anyway, are you going to sue > (??? accuse, summon) them? If it were me, no. Not worth the time and effort unless the offender is using my images to make a ton of money or something. In the case of the original poster, it's up to him. :-) -- "There are some things in life worth obsessing over. Most things aren't, and when you learn that, life improves." http://digitalaudioconcepts.com Vanessa Ezekowitz <email@example.com> Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-12-04 07:00:03
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