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By CrawlingUnderARock - / Tuesday 26 September 2017 16:00 /
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By  GhostFox  |  33

Unless you sold those photos, I don't think they are allowed to use them in order to make profits- in fact, you might actually have a case that you could win financial reparations from. I suggest getting a lawyer- even if you can't get financial rewards from it, you should be able to make them take down the pictures pretty easily.

By  DarkStorm2Bad  |  11

It really pisses me off when companies do that; they're just profiting from the misery f others, and using people's photos without their permission, no less! I agree with GhostFox; get that bastard company tied up in so much legislation that their GRANDCHILDREN will need lawyers!

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By  GhostFox  |  33

Unless you sold those photos, I don't think they are allowed to use them in order to make profits- in fact, you might actually have a case that you could win financial reparations from. I suggest getting a lawyer- even if you can't get financial rewards from it, you should be able to make them take down the pictures pretty easily.

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  hugtrees13  |  16

They can legally do this if they posted that photo online. Once it's online it's public property. Especially if you posted to Facebook. It's in their terms of service which you agreed to. Also it's the law now look it up.

By  DarkStorm2Bad  |  11

It really pisses me off when companies do that; they're just profiting from the misery f others, and using people's photos without their permission, no less! I agree with GhostFox; get that bastard company tied up in so much legislation that their GRANDCHILDREN will need lawyers!

By  kusje  |  27

But... I thought those before and after pictures were of the same person that lost a lot of weight because they used a specific weight loss product. I feel scammed!

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  skippydoda  |  30

No, don't feel scammed. It is the same person with the before and after photo. Before when they were hot and after when they ate lots of junk food.

By  hugtrees13  |  16

Legally they can do that if you posted the photos to Facebook or online. It's the law now. Look it up. If you post a photo online it becomes public property and you don't own it anymore. Says that in Facebook terms of service. They have every right to take and use your photos for profit without your permission if you post them online. And they legally don't have to give you any profit or even tell you/get your permission.

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