Skip to main content
M

15 Messages

 • 

226 Points

Mon, Sep 7, 2020 10:05 PM

Solved

so only see the back of her head, but tagged with her name

For #200905-163453-415902 where the actresses is only seen from the back it's appropriate to tag with her name???? Per imdb guidelines she should not be tagged. Can someone please take a look. It is here.

 

Responses

15 Messages

 • 

226 Points

a month ago

I'm just wondering why no one cares about this. From imdb and other reading I've read how often there is a stand-in used for shots like this so there is no guarantee this is the correct person because we do not see their face. So why can't the tag be deleted?

Employee

 • 

8.8K Messages

 • 

223.9K Points

a month ago

Hi Mike the Whistle -

 

The image has now been removed from the title page. 

 

Cheers!

1.7K Messages

 • 

58.6K Points

Did you read the post? The problem is NOT that is was linked to the title. The problem is that it is linked to a person who we can't properly see.

Employee

 • 

8.8K Messages

 • 

223.9K Points

a month ago

Hi Mike the Whistle -

 

Unfortunately, this image issue is a bit more complicated because the image was uploaded through an active IMDbPro membership by the claimed page owner. As such, this is why we removed the title page link but retained the name page link.

 

If the image was uploaded as a title page image, this would be a scenario where we would remove the linked name for the individual who is unrecognizable.

 

We plan to iron out the details of image policies such as this in upcoming Help guide updates.

1.7K Messages

 • 

58.6K Points

We plan to iron out the details of image policies such as this in upcoming Help guide updates.

 

This sounds ominous. Why is it so hard for IMDb to hold people who pay IMDb up to the same standards (read: the same rules/guidelines) as the rest of us? (or did I just answer my own question when I said pay?)