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Finally, an agreement over who owns the rights to that legendary monkey selfie

Never has a selfie triggered such a dispute like the legendary 'monkey selfie', but finally it's bound for a conclusion.  SEE ALSO: This children's toy is both cute and creepy After two years of court battles, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and photographer David Slater reached a settlement in an unprecedented lawsuit over who owns the rights to the selfie of a monkey.
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