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« Reply #25 on: December 13, 2018, 03:52 »
Any Luck on this yet? maybe change the title to be about Fotolia/ Adobe now so Matt sees it?

The image I have reported was deleted today (and also some images that others I have managed to contact reported) but the portfolio is still online.
It's pretty disappointing to see people can get away so easily with this kind of "practice" :( .
I PM-ed Matt but he just told me to file the DMCA.

Doesn't make sense when they know the account is selling stolen vectors, then they only remove when someone files DMCA. You would think Adobe would care more than that. Fail to close account says they just want the money and don't care about us. Who do I wrote? I know Matt will stand up for us, I need someone higher up who should get 1000 angry emails.

I can PM you the links to the stolen vector portfolio I was referring to if you like. I also was hoping when Adobe took over this aspect would change, as they rely on creatives for their business, turns out not so much.

(I don't want to post openly in case the thief takes down the offending work and gets away without being shut down, dont; want to give them a chance to destroy the evidence as they have so much money off these illustrations).

« Reply #26 on: December 19, 2018, 09:03 »
The port (from the initial post) is gone from adobe stock as well. Yay!


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