Ironically, my An Inspector Calls resources are serving as a capitalist venture intended to allow me to reduce my working week. While I am a socialist at heart, it is doing my nut in seeing how many times my resources have been uploaded to Instagram for all and sundry to use. Does anybody else have this problem? Would it help if TES could reword their licence agreement so that it doesn’t state that the resource can be reproduced ‘in any format’ for their students’ private study? Should I just put up and shut up? Should I just be flattered? It’s not the students’ sharing them that bothers me - it is the fact that school departments are doing it... which is hilarious, given that out of thousands of sales only two have been a whole school licence rather than for a single user. Anyway, your thoughts would be much appreciated.