True. I actually have gone and looked at this so-called "stolen" images on a blacklister's post, but there's so much wrong with their "decision" that it was stolen, that it placed more doubt on the "blacklister's" own credibility than the stockist's. My conclusion was that the blacklister (the person who is blacklisting everyone) is actually out on a witch-hunt, because more images than not, are only "similar", and the identical ones come from free websites which we are all allowed to create, so who's to say person X doesn't own that free website as well. Just because an image is on two places on the internet, doesn't necessarily means it's stolen. I am a photographer for example and my images are on many different sites on the internet due to that. Should I use an image on DA now, and it's found elsewhere, doesn't automatically mean it's stolen. Blacklisters should do some effort to ask people whether they also posted their photos on xxx-websites before they just blacklist people and accuse them of theft. They are just tarnishing people's reputations without evidence. Seeing a photo elsewhere on the web is NOT evidence that it is stolen, finding out that the two images belong to two different people IS evidence. But theyre not willing to do that part of their witch-hunt!!!!