Just had something strange happening ... Did a Google reverse image search just for fun and found a video using one of my images (this one) in a context of mental health problems. Obviously, this was not the context I ever intended the image to be seen, and the CC license I published the photo also forbids to adapt the image and forces to give credit, both rights which they violated (and they did so with awful looking text about diseases, which was probably the worst part). So I contacted the chief editor to clarify the situation. Surprisingly, it took only about five minutes that he got back to me - and he already took down the video! This is how copyright violation should be handled. The video I meant was posted here (embedded via YouTube, was originally a Google Hangout): http://jjie.org/informed_journalism_reporting_on_teens_and_mental_health/105808/ It's down now and should, according to the chief editor, be back online without the picture in question within a day or two. Did you have any problems with copyright violations of your photos in the past? How did it end?