Posts Tagged ‘copyright’

 

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 •  May 2

Here's another story of copyright infringers having no remorse. Fakery is common in wildlife photography. Can art actually make a...

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 •  February 16

Photographer James Brittain went to Habitat 67 in Montreal to document it 50 years after its opening. Jo-Anne McArthur is the Wildlife...

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 •  October 20

Michael Ernest Sweet shares his reflections on and a goodbye to his career in street photography. Check out Sean O’Hagan's thoughtful...

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 •  September 15

The monkey-selfie copyright case has been settled! This photo mural by French artist JR makes a big statement at the Mexican-U.S. border. ...

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 •  July 28

Did you hear the federal tribunal's decision on the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia's Annie Leibovitz collection? This article addresses the need...

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 •  June 15

Is blockchain technology the answer to copyright infringement? Magnum is accepting outside investors for the first time. David duChemin...

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 •  June 2

Sam Hobson photographs wildlife in urban environments. So who owns the copyright in these photographer-assisted selfies? Check this out...

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 •  May 26

Photographer Erika Peterman is suing the United States Republican National Committee for copyright infringement. Do you enjoy food...

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 •  August 5

Here's Getty's response to Carol Highsmith's lawsuit, another lawsuit by Zuma Press, and a thoughtful analysis of the whole situation. ...

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 •  August 3

Photographer Carol M. Highsmith is suing Getty for charging people to use her images that she donated to the U.S. Library of Congress for...

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