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Old 2 Sep 20, 07:46 AM  
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Stu - you have brought this on yourself

I completely get the copyright issue when it comes to photos/music/videos but in your understanding are memes subject to copyright ?

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Found this (non authoritative) article typical of many.

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Copyright is a very grey area and often it takes someone being sued and the resulting judgement to set a precedent in law.

Try this link, it has some reading to think about
cla/blog/further-educa...inge-copyright
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Copyright is a very grey area and often it takes someone being sued and the resulting judgement to set a precedent in law.

Try this link, it has some reading to think about
cla/blog/further-educa...inge-copyright
Thanks Stu - you probably know better than I do that copyright a can of worms

Caj(who i have an inherent mutual copyright arrangement with through marriage*) has asked if the dibb takes over copyright when we post our photos on the dibb ?

* the inherent mutual copyright arrangement I'm talking about is "is whats yours is mine and whats mine is my own"!

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Copyright is a very grey area and often it takes someone being sued and the resulting judgement to set a precedent in law.

Try this link, it has some reading to think about
cla/blog/further-educa...inge-copyright
Thanks Stu - definitely bedtime reading !
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Caj(who i have an inherent mutual copyright arrangement with through marriage*) has asked if the dibb takes over copyright when we post our photos on the dibb ?
No, Copyright always stays with the copyright holder, the original photographer, unless they have explicitly transferred the copyright
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No, Copyright always stays with the copyright holder, the original photographer, unless they have explicitly transferred the copyright
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No, Copyright always stays with the copyright holder, the original photographer, unless they have explicitly transferred the copyright
stu - From a pure novice, does copyright only extend to making money off the object in question?

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