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Copying MLS Photos – Now an MLS violation

by | Mar 12, 2014

Effective Feb 27th photos attached to a specific MLS listing cannot be copied and reused for other listings - these photos belong to someone else.  If you are the listing agent and the owner of these photos, you retain the right to use/reuse the photos based on your ownership. In addition, photos that you have not purchased for distribution and/or display, but have "right clicked" on and copied are a possible violation of copyright laws and are also not allowed in the MLS.

This change in MLS photo Policy will help prevent members from potentially violating copyright law.

For more information on Copyright Laws and the MLS click here for The October issue of the Florida REALTOR page 19.

To Report a Violation AFTER March 8th, 2014:
email to: MLS@miamire.com  
Remember to include your contact information and all supporting documentation

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