Who Owns Your Image on the Internet? The popularity of camera phones and lightweight digital cameras means previously private and embarrassing moments are now made public. Who owns your image on the Internet, and are there limits to privacy?
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Who Owns Your Image on the Internet?

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Who Owns Your Image on the Internet?

Who Owns Your Image on the Internet?

Who Owns Your Image on the Internet?

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The popularity of camera phones and lightweight digital cameras means previously private and embarrassing moments are now made public. Who owns your image on the Internet, and are there limits to privacy?

Guests:

Marylynn Aminrazavi, subject, star of "Mom Singing on the Beach" YouTube video

John Cook, senior writer for Radar magazine; author of "Prisoners of YouTube" in Radar magazine, March 2007

Fred Von Lohmann, senior staff attorney with the online civil liberties group, the Electronic Frontier Foundation

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