Facebook Rights Manager has helped Creators protect their videos since April 2016. Now it is also available for images.
On Monday, Facebook introduced a new Rights Manager for Images, helping Creators protect more of their intellectual property across Facebook and Instagram.
Facebook Rights Manager for Images uses image-matching technology to help Creators and publishers protect and manage their images at scale.
Applications can be submitted directly from within the tool to identify and find matching content on Facebook and Instagram. When matching content is found, the rights holder can choose to simply monitor the content, block its use through a takedown request, or attribute credit to themselves via an ownership link.
Creators can also choose via Settings to cover only certain locations or review worldwide coverage.
Rights Manager debuted in April 2016 as a way to protect the copyright of video content shared across Facebook.
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