How I go about
Websites and communities such as Flickr provide users easy ways to share photos by using social media or the so called HTML/BBCode to embed photos in websites. These communities and websites are my main source for using photos on my blog. I have created a Flickr group where you can share your automotive photos. When I find photos in the Flickr group I like to feature on my blog I use the HTML/BBCode to embed the photos in a blog post. Underneath the photo I add the proper credits of the original photographer with a link to your Flickr account. I also place a comment on the photo on Flickr to let you know that I have used the photo on our blog. I only use photos from the Flickr group.
I do ask for your permission first before I publish your photos. If you do not agree to the publication of your photos on my website please just let me know and I will not use your photos.
If you come across a photo on my website and you think it violates your copyrights or intellectual property rights please let me know and I will remove your photo.
Let me clearly state that all photographs on this website remain the copyright of the original photographer.
Take Down Notice
ChasingAsphalt.com (‘I’, ‘We’, ‘Us’) takes notices of alleged defamation, infringement and breach of copyright seriously. To validate such notices quickly and effectively, I ask that you comply with the provisions set out in this Notice and Takedown Procedure.
I will review any Take Down Notice (as defined below) as soon as reasonably practicable and will act expeditiously to remove any material that is defamatory or breaches the intellectual property rights of any third party. As part of my response, I will remove any offending material residing on ChasingAsphalt.com.
To be valid, a Take Down Notice should contain the following information:
(a) Reasonably sufficient details to enable me to identify the allegedly Offending Material. If there are large amounts of allegedly Offending Material, please provide a representative list of such materials, for example, copies of the infringing material;
(b) Reasonably sufficient detail to enable me to identify and locate the allegedly Offending Material (for example by providing the date and time on which the material was made available on ChasingAsphalt.com);
(c) Your contact details so that I can contact you (for example, your address, telephone number, email address);
(d) A statement that you believe, in good faith, that the material described in the Take Down Notice is Offending Material and that the information contained in the Take Down Notice is true and accurate and that you are, or are authorised to act on behalf of, the party that has been harmed by and/or is the subject of the allegedly Offending Material; and
(e) Your physical or electronic signature.
Your Take Down Notice should be forwarded by email to .
If you use an anonymous email service and/or I have no way to contact you back, your complaint will not be valid and will be ignored.