Posts Tagged ‘David Slater’

PETA Giving Up on Monkey Selfie Copyright Claim?

Posted by on Monday August 7, 2017 | Copyright/Legal

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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and photographer David Slater have told a federal court in San Francisco that they are on the verge of settling PETA’s copyright infringement claim over the infamous monkey selfie. The two parties, along with Blurb, Inc., a co-defendant with Slater, have asked the US Court of Appeals... More

Appeals Court Skeptical of “Monkey Selfie” Copyright Claim

Posted by on Thursday July 13, 2017 | Copyright/Legal

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Judges fired tough questions yesterday at a PETA lawyer arguing a copyright appeal on behalf of a monkey in the case of Naruto v. David Slater. The now famous “monkey selfie” case pits an Indonesian macaque monkey named Naruto against photographer David Slater. In 2011, Naruto picked up Slater’s unattended camera and shot a selfie.... More

Selfie Copyright Battle: Monkey See, Monkey Sue

Posted by on Wednesday September 23, 2015 | Copyright/Legal, Fun

An animal rights group has filed a copyright ownership claim in federal court in San Francisco on behalf of a monkey that used British photographer David Slater’s camera to shoot a selfie, according to an Agence-France Press report yesterday. Naruto, the six-year-old macaque, grabbed Slater’s unattended camera in 2011 and took at least two selfies.... More

That Monkey Selfie: Who Owns The Copyright to It?

Posted by on Wednesday August 6, 2014 | Copyright/Legal

Wikimedia Commons and photographer David Slater appear to be headed for court over who owns the rights to a selfie shot by a macaque monkey that grabbed Slater’s camera. The photo went viral last week. The Telegraph now reports that Wikimedia, a collection of 22 million public domain images, has refused Slater’s demand to remove... More