If your content was rejected with "Copyright Issue or Treademark Issue," it is most likely because your work contains copyrighted elements, such as:
Copyright is a form of legal protection that gives the author of an original, creative work certain exclusive rights to use their work. Copyright gives the author(s) of a creative work the exclusive right to display, reproduce, distribute, and financially benefit from the work they create.
A trademark is a word, name, symbol, or device - or a combination of these things - that is used to distinguish and identify the source of certain products or services. If a word, name, symbol, or device in your image brings to mind a specific product or service, then it may be protected by trademark. An example of a trademark is a company logo or a design that would be associated with a specific product or services.
No, you must own or control the copyright to all content you submit to Photo Becho. This means that you cannot submit work obtained from other sources such as free image websites or public domain, or incorporate such work into your content submissions, unless you have permission to do so. This includes, but is not limited to artwork, photos, sculptures, architecture, exhibits or audio which are copyrighted.
No, in order to prevent a misuse of a trademark or logo, we do not accept most content containing isolated or visible trademarks or logos.
If you intend to submit content that contains copyrighted material for commercial use, you must submit property releases from the copyright owners.