Digital Rights: The Tug over a Pug A blogger claims a TV network stole a picture of her pug dressed for Christmas. Jason Shultz of the Electronic Frontier Foundation explores the limits of copyright law on the Internet.
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Digital Rights: The Tug over a Pug

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Digital Rights: The Tug over a Pug

Digital Rights: The Tug over a Pug

Digital Rights: The Tug over a Pug

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A blogger claims a TV network stole a picture of her pug dressed for Christmas. Tracey Gaughran-Perez says a picture of her pug Truman was ripped from her blog, tricked out a bit and and used by Fox in a Holiday Greeting spot without her permission.

On our blog, an open thread: You decide: Are these the same dogs?