The world’s largest photo service just made its pictures free to use — with conditions

“Getty has, remarkably, decided to allow 35 million of its images to be used for free for noncommercial purposes … [in] an attempt to deal with widespread unauthorized posting,” writes Joshua Benton. He takes a look at Getty’s definition of noncommercial use, the data it collects from the embeds, and some problems from a publisher’s point of view.

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