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kind of reminds me of when North Face got busted replacing wikipedia images
Unsplash seems to me to be something like the 99designs of the stock photo world, or at least as exploitative. Photographers don't get paid other than with a small credit below the image, which just perpetuates it.
It was always going to get infiltrated. It's a shame and hope it doesn't get saturated with corp imagery. And if it does, a new unsplash will prevail. The example you show though looks a pretty useful photo for general use.
TBH mate if you are trying to win business using free resources you can't complain too much. Just clone out the logos innit. Good luck.
I dunno, if "Content Creators" are using free images then they kind of can't complain that the images are selling something on behalf of the actual creator can they?
Do they not have a right? SQUARE and harley davidson also have curated images