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Any theft prevention tips for Flash Websites?
Old 06-06-2008, 11:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to stop or thwart others from coping images from a flash website?

It it possible to stop right click print options?

Does anyone recall an older program that displays the IP address of the individual who is trying to copy photos from an individuals website?

Thanks in advance...................
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Re: Any theft prevention tips for Flash Websites?
Old 06-06-2008, 12:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Is it possible to stop or thwart others from coping images from a flash website?
No.

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It it possible to stop right click print options?
It can be turned off by you, but it is trivially easy for it to be turned back on by a moderately knowledgeable user with an appropriate web browser.

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Does anyone recall an older program that displays the IP address of the individual who is trying to copy photos from an individuals website?
You can log the IP address of anyone who visits your site, but how do you define the action of "copy photos" vs. viewing them? The copying happens on their end by simply defeating anything that you might do to stop them from copying, after the page has been transferred to their computer.
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Re: Any theft prevention tips for Flash Websites?
Old 06-07-2008, 02:34 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Everything on a screen can be copied. No way to stop it. There's a lot of programs to capture the screen. Besides that with a simple key of your keyboard [Print] and paste on any picture software, you can also do it.

Despite this, I also have my site in flash, since those with less computer knowledge are discouraged. And I sign all my photos, this doesn't avoid the theft but it makes them clear that If I find my photos published in other site I'll sue them
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