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[Legal Marketer] The short answer is “no,” because you do not have permission to use just any image . The concern here is that you might use an image that’s not your own, and inadvertently pass it off on your own . How should you legally use images? Here are four approaches: . 1) Link to the owner: One practice is to simply put a link below the picture to the owner of the image . This will not be sufficient in many cases, though . 2) Buy royalty-free images: You can also simply buy royalty-free images and not have to worry about copyright . 3) Use Creative Common images: Another great source to look for free images is to visit the Creative Commons photos on Flickr . These photos do not have copyright & licensing restrictions, but are usually based upon a few Creative Common attributes, like “share,” “modify,” or "non-commercial use" . No matter the attribution type you select, it’s still a polite to link to the original Flickr page . This way, people who visit your site will know who owns the image and they can easily find more of their work . 4) Ask for permission: Of course if you find an image you like on someone else’s website, you can always ask them for permission to use it _                 lover