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The Impossibility Of Copyright In The Age Of Instagram
"You can see it all the time online: a photo is tweeted, someone cross-posts it to Facebook, someone else reposts it to Twitter from there, it makes it over to Tumblr, and then is incorporated into a Storify which a media organisation reports on. In such circumstances, it can very quickly become nearly impossible to track down the original image. That's why the law has been nicknamed the 'Instagram act'." New Statesman 04/30/13
Posted April 30, 2013 06:11 AM




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