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mythjadesign says

i agree. i am a photographer as well and have found my photos shared for free as well, but never only few days after the upload. it is ridiculous.

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aleluja says

I just want to know whether the swashbuckling of items is just mostly affecting GraphicRiver or is it happeneing with all the other marketplaces too?
Affcting all. But i believe most is here and on tf.
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dekurvajo says

Fun Fact

Your last item approval was 7 days ago

And counting (:

[Your last item approval was 18 days ago]

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cooledition says

Yesterday i found my new item in those hated sites after just 4 hours in the marketplace, my item still was in the front page, i was like WTH ! :(

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EladChai says

Yesterday i found my new item in those hated sites after just 4 hours in the marketplace, my item still was in the front page, i was like WTH ! :(

Stop uploading… makes you feel much better

At least that’s how I feel (:



Fun Fact

Your last item approval was 7 days ago

And counting (:
[Your last item approval was 18 days ago]

lol… good job :D

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mythjadesign says

two of my flyers have been sold only once and they ended up on those sites.

so, this buyer has to be the one who is dispatching the flyers. gr should take action against him.

it is simple math to see that he is the one who is doing this.

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EAMejia says

I remember those days when many files in the store quickly reached 30 sales in a short period of time… Those days that we as authors hope to return. (it’s not about quality, is about piracy)

In my opinion the control of piracy is a commitment to both (Authors and Envato), staff communication about this problems has been lost with the authors, this does not mean that they are idly, I’m sure that they are also fighting :)

But… please we need to know that we are not alone, not only with words, with actions and results.

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cooledition says

can Envato do something like this?

contact FBI and provide the account information and paypal id of the guy who pirated a file with just 1 sale. From there i guess the FBI can contact paypal and get the real address of that guy and take legal actions against him.

Can something like that happen? is it possible?

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squizmo says

can Envato do something like this?

contact FBI and provide the account information and paypal id of the guy who pirated a file with just 1 sale. From there i guess the FBI can contact paypal and get the real address of that guy and take legal actions against him.

Can something like that happen? is it possible?

so cinematic mate ;) I wish to goodness but i think the FBI will not be interested in our copyright problems.. i’m patiently waiting for what the support team will say about it. :notfunny:

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BaGeRa says

The situation become more dangerous because in some sharing sites it’s become a request service “Send us links of items that you need from Graphicriver and it will be posted tomorrow”.

The Envato Staff need to take a serious decisions !!

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