Today’s only Runner Up is from Patricio Orozco-Contreras. This man takes incredible portraits!
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Ok, I don’t routinely cross link to new articles anymore, but this one was just too funny. Anyone who follows copyright laws or football knows that the NFL is very protective of it’s broadcast of the Super Bowl. This year it made news by banning churches from displaying the game on TVs larger than 55 inches (and then reversing its decision later).
YouTube, bastion of all things copyright-violated, received a DMCA notification to remove a clip of the Super Bowl from their site. They promptly complied. Business as usual?
Not exactly. The clip wasn’t of the game per-se. It was a clip of the copyright notice that NFL broadcasts immediately before the game starts. And it was posted by a law professor for her class as an example of how copyright holders overstep the bounds of their copyright protection.
As you can imagine, it only gets better from there. Read the whole story here.