eYeka is always trying to announce the winners as fast as we can. But sometimes, it is not our fault if winners selection take so much time... Truth is we have to tell you about a problem that happened sometimes. Explanation: When a Jury selects winners, the legal process is to contact first all of them to make them sign the licence agreement contract. Once we have them signed, we can announce the winners on eYeka. The story is: one of our latest contest's media has been selected as winner from the Jury. We contacted the creator who realized that he/she was not able to sign the licence agreement contract because he/she was not the owner of all elements used on the media. Now winners process for this contest is stopped and it will take some extra time to figure out what to do between the Jury and this winner, to find a solution etc... Meaning that all the participants of this contest will be waiting and complaining about eYeka... This would not have happened if the creator had respected the contest's Infringement Notice. eYeka community, please listen to us. In most of all briefs, you can find at the bottom the Infringement Notice which is very serious: "Contestants undertake to submit creative and original works. Contestants warrant that they hold all rights upon submitted works and warrant that the use of the works in the contest does not violate any third parties' rights. Contestants acknowledge that in case of breach of these rules, the organizer shall be entitled to deem their participation and the prize granting as void." It means that you can not use elements taken from Internet, even those coming from the database pretending to be "copyright free". Most of the time in fact, they can not be used because of the commercial use of our contests. This means that if you do use elements from Internet, you should not be participating in eYeka contests and you can not win eYeka contests! It is hard work on moderation to check with you if you are or not the owners of all the elements used, to read all the websites rules and licences, asterisks and tiny footnotes. This process takes a lot of time and very likely it ends with us having to reject your media because it is not fitting our contest's rules. Please find here our article about the Infringement Notice. Thank you for your understanding!