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modellocate

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« on: November 02, 2007, 14:05 »
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Has anyone been able to find Fotolia's privacy policy?

It is linked from http://us.fotolia.com/Info/Security

http://www.fotolia.com/info/privacy_policy.php

But that is a broken link. I asked them about it, and they responded:

Answers: Fotolia : We are not sure we understand your request. Please describe in more detail how can we assist you.
 


« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2007, 14:11 »
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I get a 404 error message when I try to open the link.

« Reply #2 on: November 03, 2007, 10:06 »
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I've just opened it.  It says:

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Fotolia has built a powerful website which provides maximum protection of data and transactions. Fotolia guarantees:

    * Personal data protection
    * Private information protection
    * Protection of royalties
    * Restrictions on use of images
    * Standard pricing and payment policies

For any questions regarding data protection or legal issues, do not hesitate to contact us click here.

Personal data protection

Fotolia supports and respects the personal data protection laws. Under these laws customers have the right to access, modify, and remove this personal information. To exercise these rights customers may access the information via their member profile or contact Fotolia directly.

Terms and Conditions
Contact Fotolia to remove your account

Respect for privacy

Fotolia never sells or rents private information to third parties.

    * Fotolia Privacy Policy

Royalties

Fotolia respects the rights of artists. Every file that is sold on Fotolia.com the artist is paid the appropriate commissions. Every reasonable effort has been made to protect the copyright and royalties of an artist's image. Fotolia protects files with watermarks and low resolution previews while displaying files. However artists should know that due to technology some files may be copied by a third party without authorization.

Fotolia desires to be open with artists regarding the royalty payments made to them for the sale of file licenses. For this purpose Fotolia added a online document as a summary of transactions and payments made to artists regarding file sales.

Standard pricing and payment


I hope the links are all ok.

Regards,
Adelaide

« Reply #3 on: November 03, 2007, 18:42 »
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the privacy policy link doesn't work.

« Reply #4 on: November 03, 2007, 22:01 »
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Hmm, right. It opens in the UK site, but linked to "Terms and Conditions" and not "Privacy policy".

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Respect for Privacy
Fotolia never sells or rents private information to third parties.
Terms and Conditions


In the other sites (all but US and UK), the text under "respect for privacy" is longer, saying basically that FT won't disclose any personal data except under juditial demand.

Regards,
Adelaide

modellocate

  • Photographer
« Reply #5 on: November 05, 2007, 10:58 »
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Thanks. Just checking to see if I was going crazy or something, since they could not understand the problem I needed to figure out if it was me or them ;)


 

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