I'm intrigued by the Alamy connection, given they have millions of photographs in their library submitted by their members, I'm struggling to believe they would actively go out and steal images, which I would have thought would have been disastrous for their business if found out. It will be interesting to see how this works out as I am assuming that one (maybe all the same person) of Alamy's contributors has been stealing your images and submitting them as their own. I did think that normally Alamy pictures were dual credited with the photographers name as well as Alamy's, but maybe this is no longer the case. [EDIT] Actually, I now realise that since you are identifying Alamy as the user, are these showing up in the Alamy catalogue, rather than being published by one of Alamy's customers. As a maybe relevant aside, I have now and again seen Alamy in the credits of BBC documentaries as being the supplier of some of the stills they have used.