It's simple. Someone wants free lunch and don't even want to give credits to people who give him free lunch. Event timeline: 1. People (including myself) took pictures at Taipei Open. 2. We posted our pictures online and let others see. 3. Other people (more than one site) copied and modified the pictures that we posted online. All authors/photographers' names on the pictures were all erased/modified and people who used our pictures never mention where he got the pictures. All they did was posting those pictures as if it's their own pictures. 4. We were informed about this by other members of the site and started to make contacts on this matter. 5. Some of the violators apologized and agreed to follow the guidelines while others think everything in the world should be free and people should share everything with them and they should be able to do whatever they want, including erasing authors/photographers name on the pictures and copy everything they want. 6. Due to above circumstances, we photographers don't feel good about it as all our pictures are now becoming others work. Therefore, we will stop posting any further photos of Taipei open online. Personally, I don't like those people. Especially with those people who have no respect to the photographers. If they want to use pictures that way, then they can do the same thing as me: Buy an international air ticket and fly to the tournament yourself and take your own pictures. "Sharing" is not a word for making everything free. Here is what I think: -I don't mind if people download my pictures and save it in their computers for ones viewing. -I don't mind if people re-post my pictures to other sites as long as they mention the source and not to modify the pictures.