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This contributor has several of my videos in his portfolio. For example this ... https://www.shutterstock.com/ru/video/clip-1063378141-stack-gold-bars-bullion-precious-metal-investment My original videos were HD and this thief converted them to 4k. This is my original video https://www.shutterstock.com/ru/video/clip-5057402-gold-barsingot-loop-finance-3d-animation Please look, maybe your videos are there too ... And the second question! Why is my video footage visible in search results? My Video Portfolio has been disabled since November 2020... And obviously I will ask the
The same story repeats again and again - portfolios with completely stolen content. I don't know where their "authors" take our footage - most likely, they download it from torrents - this is not a question. The question is - why such portfolios are not immediately deleted from Shutterstock, when it’s absolutely clear that they consist entirely of stolen content? When there are hundreds of complaints from the real authors... For all those complaints, Shutterstock asked us to send a complaint, made according to the certain rules. The authors make those complaints and provide a