You wouldn’t want to steal someone’s work, would you? In this digital age, it’s more difficult to define what “stealing” means.
So here’s Riley J. Dennis with some ideas on how we should be treating online content in ways that help out content creators – instead of cheating them out of getting credit.
The next time you come across an image you’d like to post on your page or set as your background, remember these ideas for some easy steps to make sure you’re supporting the artist whose work you admire.
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Riley J. Dennis is a Contributing Vlogger for Everyday Feminism. She’s a polyamorous, atheist, gender non-binary trans woman with a passion for fiction writing, feminism, and technology. She got her BA from Whittier College in 2015 doing a self-designed major called Writing Worlds, a mixture of creative writing and anthropology, focused on realistic fictional world building. Find her on her YouTube channel, Twitter @RileyJayDennis, or her website RileyJayDennis.com.
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