- CoreLogic has beat a lawsuit in which two real estate photographers alleged the company stripped identifying information from millions of listing photographs uploaded to MLSs.
- The court found the photographers had failed to prove that copyright management information was on the photos uploaded to the MLS or that CoreLogic intentionally removed that information.
- CoreLogic's attorney advises agents and brokers to follow guidelines from the National Association of Realtors that say brokers should make sure they have the rights to any listing content they -- or their agents -- enter into the MLS.
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