Author(s): Siddhartha Vadlamudi, Md. Aminul Islam, Md. Shakawat Hossain, Alim Al Ayub Ahmed and ABM AsadullahUtilizing IoT associations has been trending recently. They have been used in numerous fields of life, comprising protected and subtle segments like the healthcare and military. Images that are used across IoT platforms infringe copyright strategies and rescind the authenticity of the images taken with hard work by a human. Thus, the objective of this study is to provide IoT association of images (pictures/photos) to pages across content management websites with unique watermarks to account for Royalty to the person/association owning the camera. This model indulges in emerging and registering a distinctive number that exclusively ties up the human and the camera which is getting used in such a way that the photo taken by the person will leave a unique identifier or mark which will make the image copyrighted and uploads to cloud for direct usage on any pages in IoT so that direct revenue of the copyrighted photograph goes to the person who clicked the photo. Our results presented the watermarking method to account for royalty in content management websites for IoT association of images contrary to the work's existing result. Our result assumed that with the watermarking method, royalty can be accounted to the rightful owner of the image during the IoT-associated image.