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damircudic
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Posted Fri May 17, 2013 2:12AM
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http://www.istockphoto.com/file_closeup.php?id=24322244
 Addtional Approval Note:
The following keywords used for this file do not appear to be fully relevant to the subject.
 {[ Computer,  Education,  Carefree,  Global Communications (Communication),  Communication,  Adolescence,  Teenagers Only (Teenager),  Teenager (Human Age),  Sign,  Global Communications,  E-Mail,  On The Move]}
RobMattingley
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Posted Fri May 17, 2013 6:29AM
 

If the girl is actually a teenager (and doesn't simply look like one) then I'd agree that the two teenage terms should be allowed - but the rest aren't valid for this image in my opinion.  Ducksandwich I'm sure will give you an official response though.

ETA: I just noticed that this file has 20-25 as a keyword.  If she is indeed in her 20s, then the teenager terms were correctly removed.  You have to keyword for what IS in the image, not what it could be used for (or in this case the age she could pass for).

(Edited on 2013-05-17 06:30:48 by RobMattingley)
ducksandwich
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Posted Tue May 21, 2013 10:43AM
This is an image of a young female subject holding an appearingly powered-off digital tablet. Here's my take on the rejected KWs:


Computer: this one applies, it's back 


Education: no evidence of any learning happening here nor is this an edcuational setting


Carefree - a smiling subject staring at the camera does not show a carefree attitude


Global Communications - this is an often abused KW and doesn't apply here. How is the subject communicating globally here?


Adolescence/Teenagers Only/Teenager - what Rob said


Sign - this is not a sign, it is a powered-off digital tablet

(Edited on 2013-05-21 10:44:26 by ducksandwich)
damircudic
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Posted Tue May 21, 2013 1:45PM
Thank you.
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