Who has rights in your images?

THE DESIGN and Artists Copyright Society is surveying illustrators and photographers to find out who has the rights to income from "secondary" uses of their work, such as photocopying in educational establishments.

The reason is that some magazine publishers have decided to withdraw from the Copyright Licensing Agency, and instead use the services of the Newspaper Licensing Agency - which claims that the publications it represents have acquired all rights.

Please complete the survey at the link below - even if you have not yet registered with DACS. Please do not discuss this with your publishers (or other clients) yet.

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