A recent federal appeals court ruling reversed a highly controversial lower court ruling on a copyright case.
It comes as no surprise to photographers that large numbers of images are “stolen” each day on the Internet. Photos are copied and pasted by ordinary folks who don’t know any better. And images are taken and used by people and businesses that know or ought to know that they are violating someone’s copyright. But just how big a problem is this?
In an old Calvin and Hobbes cartoon—most of my philosophy comes from cartoons—Calvin comments, “I wonder why people are never content with what they have.”