Hello, I just have one incident which I would like to hear from a legal opinion if you please help. I am a membership (paid) of two dating websites. It is pretty similar to Facebook. Members are allowed to post 'public' photos for paid or non-paid members to see. These photos can be a normal face or x-rated. What happened was I contacted a member from each websites and tried to organize a meet up between us. I screenshot the profile photos and send them to another member via text messages, introducing them to each other. These photos are uploaded to the websites by individual members (eg. I didn't upload them). Girl one has just x-rated photos on there without anything that could identify her identity. Girl two has x-rated and face photos on there. I screen shot both types of photo and sent it to a third party. Both girls ended up knowing each other and now threatened to take a legal action against me for using their photos without 'authorization'. I'm a bit confused. The photos are uploaded to internet in a 'public' profile for others to see themselves. I only screenshot the profile and send to another person. Can I be legally responsible for anything? I also believe once you upload a photo to a website, the photo belongs to the website. I paid for access to it, therefore, I should have privilege to the content on the websites. If anyone can answer me this intellectual property law question, I will greatly appreciate your time and input.