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Josephine:
What is the final goal of the protest?
How realistic are all these energy and time consuming actions?

Justanotherphotographer:
1. Percentages must be a genuine percentage of revenue, not a fictional percentage of some abstract world where subscribers use all their downloads.

2. January reset is insane and needs to go. Rolling 12 month tiers.

Do you think shareholders next year are going to say "yeah we are making enough money now, lets chill with the pressure on contributors"? You understand they are going to take and take until they get push back right? Do you want to push back now or when it is 0.005c per sale?

Snow:

--- Quote from: Josephine on July 23, 2020, 08:53 ---What is the final goal of the protest?
How realistic are all these energy and time consuming actions?

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Compared to time, energy and money spend creating work for 10c?

What is the goal of any protest? How realistic are people's actions in these protests?

Is it better to do nothing and continue supporting worse conditions for contributors and ask on forums if it makes sense for others to protest against it?

 ::)

Copidosoma:

--- Quote from: Josephine on July 23, 2020, 08:53 ---What is the final goal of the protest?


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My goal is to try to preserve a shred of my self respect. Others may have different goals.

helloitsme:
I think the goal should be to make Shutterstock an irrelevant stock agency with very small collection after most of us unlicense our portfolio.

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