Getting Your Stolen Images Removed

My friend, David, has come up with a way for us to handle the theft of our online photos. please pass this on to anyone you know that affected by the Wallpart website.

iPhone Photographer | David Pasillas

It looks as though it is possible to get your photos removed from Wallpart. Another photographer had success with reporting violations on their site, so I tried it myself.

First, I recommend opening a private tab or private window in firefox. If you use chrome, open an incognito window. If you use Safari, open a private window. If you dont know how to do any of that, open your browser and simply click on the file menu to choose the appropriate option. Don’t use internet explorer. Thats a horrible browser.

Now, what you’ll want to do is go to the Wallpart site, search for your images, and click on the image you wish to report. Then, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the “Report violation” link (see red arrow.)

Screen Shot 2015-07-23 at 11.27.56 AM

This is where you’ll want to politely notify them that this is your photo, you didn’t upload…

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  2 comments for “Getting Your Stolen Images Removed

  1. July 24, 2015 at 1:52 PM

    Allen What did you put in the search bar to find my images? I can’t seem to find them?

    • July 24, 2015 at 4:09 PM

      They buried it in my stash of photos. They probably did the same thing with all of us mix & match.

      I will send you an email with some info about this situation.



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