Facebook has some importance that the social platform is a safe and valuable place where content creators can share their content, and is aware that for creatives and publishers, the management and protection of their intellectual property is a key element.
To this end, Mark Zuckerberg’s company has already developed and provides tools such as Rights Manager in Creator Studio designed to help creators and publishers with a wide catalogue of content to better control when, how and where these content is
A way, perhaps, even for Facebook itself to protect itself from being called to respond to any copyright infringement.
Now Facebook has expanded this range of tools by introducing Rights Manager for Images, a new version of Rights Manager that uses image matching technology to help creators and publishers protect and manage the content of large-scale images.
To access Rights Manager, page administrators can send a request about the content they have created and want to protect, and Rights Manager will find the corresponding content on Facebook and Instagram.
The settings, Facebook explained, can be modified to match criteria such as the ownership of the content to be applied worldwide or only in certain geographical areas.
In addition to these free content management tools that the popular social network company offers to help rights owners fight violations, Facebook also underlines the availability of an Intellectual Property reporting system, a specific policy for those who publish