A photo of mine reused by the Myki Customer Experience Panel (but I don’t mind)
Yesterday I was taking a look at the Myki Customer Experience Panel web site — that’s the set up where they ask a cross-section of Myki users about the system; get them to answer questions about what they’ve seen and how things are working for them. While some may moan about the extra cost, it’s tiny compared to the total budget for the system, and it’s the very type of consultation we need more of, I think.
…and I thought hello, that photo of all the Metcards looks familiar.
It’s my hand, my photo, snapped in 2010, and originally used in this blog post comparing different fare options for regular PT users.
It’s not the first time one of my pics has shown up elsewhere. In 2009 one of mine showed up in a London Daily News story about UK trains. In 2008 two of my photos got morphed together on Channel 9 news.
I don’t actually mind my photos being re-published. I deliberately put a Creative Commons licence on most of what I upload to Flickr. I’m more than happy happy if someone re-using a photo of a PT problem that I’ve snapped helps get a stronger message across.
But I do actually specify my photos as “Attribution, Noncommercial, Share Alike”…
I haven’t found it yet, but perhaps the Myki Customer Experience Panel’s fine print somewhere hidden away on the site includes the attribution credit?
Update Friday: Here’s another case, from Green Left Weekly: