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UK's New "Instagram" Act Shreds Copyright (Do You Know Where Your Pictures Are?)
"The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act theoretically aims to make it easier for companies to publish orphan works, which are images and other content whose author or copyright can't be identified. But whereas in the past, orphan works were often out-of-print books and historical unattributed photos, today millions of images are quickly orphaned online, as they move from Instagram to Twitter to Facebook to Tumblr without attribution along the way." Hyperallergic 05/01/13
Posted May 2, 2013 03:38 AM




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