A Public Apology for Posting Without Attribution: Monsu Plin: Illuminating the Dark Corners of Cultural History

4년 전

Last year I posted an article about my friend, the artist, Monsu Plin. When I posted the article on Steemit, the article appeared under my account and name, giving the impression that I was the author of this article and the photographer of the images.
The article was originally written by Tania D. Campbell and published on the website www.TenThousandDaysofGratitude.com on 27 July, 2016. See: (http://tenthousanddaysofgratitude.com/index.php/2016/07/27/monsu-plin-illuminating-the-dark-corners-of-cultural-history/) . Tania D Campbell and the website owners hold the copyright to the article.

I mistakenly did not attribute the source of the article and did not obtain proper permission to reprint it. Additionally, I did not attribute the photographs contained in the article although these photos had been correctly attributed in the original article.
Photographs should have been captioned as follows: Photo of Monsu Plin on transit by Artem Barinov, Photo of Monsu Plin working on his artwork by Cyndy Fike, Photo of Monsu Plin near Mayan Ruins by Francesca Perrucio. All other photos were by Monsu Plin and all artwork was copyright Monsu Plin.

My intention was to promote the work of my friend, Monsu Plin, but I was wrong to publish this article in the manner that I did. I have wronged the copyright holders and so I am posting a public apology and I ask that those I have harmed accept my sincerest apologies for my transgressions.

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Thank you for posting this and setting the record straight.