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Judge rules monkeys don’t own the copyright for the selfies they take

The news is sure to devastate selfie-taking monkeys all over the world. A judge has dismissed the case PETA brought against photographer David Slater claiming a macaque named Naruto was the copyright owner of the photograph when she picked up Slater’s camera in 2011 and took a selfie, reports the BBC. This case was an … Continue reading “Judge rules monkeys don’t own the copyright for the selfies they take” The news is sure to devastate selfie-taking monkeys all over the world.
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