Licensed images made free-to-use through embedded attribution

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Back in 2012, stock and news photography agency Getty Images embarked on the Watermark Project, which redesigned the way it protected images from being used illegitimately and added a shortlink to make them more useful. Now, it's investing in a new service called IMGembed, which provides an easy and free way for anyone to use a licensed image on their site through HTML embedding, while ensuring creators get credited. For a while now the web has posed a difficult dilemma for content creators — how can they take advantage of the exposure of online sharing while also being able to…

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