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how we can protect the pictures published in the web site copying and sharing over the FB . what is the legal definition and how we can project content and the images from the copying people . I hope we can get the legal action and way of tracking the identity.
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Bottom line you can't - don't waste your time trying.

There are things people will tell you that you can do but in my view they are a waste of time - at the end of the day you have the PrntScn button which captures the screen to the clipboard and you have the image - that is the simplest but any image on a site can be copied very easily.

Your only options are
1. Copyright notice
2. Water marking

In short, If you don't want your images to be copied don't put them on the web.
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how we can protect the pictures published in the web site copying and sharing over the FB
Apply hidden watermark with Digimarc

I hope we can get the legal action and way of tracking the identity.
Digimarc's option that includes "Standard Web Crawl" will generate a report of unauthorized usage automatically using this hidden watermark

https://www.digimarc.com/application/photography
if you want to 'batch' add a copyright overlay to your images, you can use Content Protection Software from Uconomix
uMark Photo Watermarker
Batch Photo Watermark Software for Windows and Mac
http://www.uconomix.com/Downloads.aspx
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All valid points

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