Yet More Copyright Infringement Of Faa Members - Twitter This Time.
Just to let you know that a user on twitter https://twitter.com/HoganSOG is stealing photographs from FAA members and posting them on her Twitter feed. No credit is given and I assume no permission is sought (as was the case with me). There are definitely other FAA member's photos being used on her account. I've informed a few people already. You might want to check this person isn't using your images with credit nor permission.
If she is not selling them in any form, sharing on SM is not infringement. The DMCA allows for the free sharing of images online by the major players. While she is not "a major player", she is on Twitter.
Twitter will take them down if asked by the individual artist.
You can send her a message and ask her to please either give attribution/link on her posts, and if she ignores you or gives you an attitude, you can report her using Twitter's DMCA form. It is infringement if the artwork is posted without attribution. Sharing on social media (retweets, share on FB, repinning, etc) is not infringement, but downloading an image and re-uploading it to SM without giving credit to the original creator and/or without a link to their website IS copyright infringement.
@Edward, I suggested this above. However, the problem is Tweets cannot be edited once they are posted. The main issue is this person is posting as a photographer (She lists photographer in her bio) and posts these photos without any context, basically passing them off as hers. She also has the same number of followers as she is following, so I don't believe she is doing this in good faith.