Ben Popken’s Response to Flickr Copyright Infringement?

February 19, 2007

Flickr

I openly ask Ben Popken about his reponse to the story about his use of (un)fair use of images online. We’ve seen the news headlines, and all that snaz, but what was his response. Being a model blogger for bigger-than-thou companies why don’t you respond and admit your wrong and do the right thing?

http://www.stockphototalk.com/phototalk/2007/02/consumerists_ed.html
http://www.tinyscreenfuls.com/2007/01/consumerist-stole-one-of-my-creative-commons-licensed-images/

I find the Flickr Pool, just a mild form of damage control. I want to read the apology to photo artists stright from the mouth of Ben. That, my friend, would indeed be the right thing to do.


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February 19, 2007

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