I think any images should be allowed to be used as long as they do not profit from copyrighted material. If the image owner has a problem with that then keep it off the net or watermark it.<br><br>-Foxsports.com, My SB XL hi-lites
[color:blue]By that thinking, it would be OK if someone stole your car if you forgot to lock the door when you left it at the airport for a 3 week vacation!</font color=blue><br><br>I don't think that is a fair analogy - better;<br>If I parked my car at the airport for 3 weeks while on vacation and someone came by and took a photo of the car. Later they posted a thumbnail image of the car - should I get pissed off ? ? at the image thief or at myself for not covering the car .<br><br>
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What about if you left your car at the airport, and some naked girls came along & posed for pictures next to your car- then those photos get uploaded to the internet somewhere and Google gets a hold of it....?<br><br>Any legal precedent? <br><br><br>....more importantly, any examples? <br><br><br><br> *cough* Biggerfoot *cough*<br><br>
Not the first time a mistook odious for odorous. Let me see if I can tell them apart. Yorick's skull may have been odorous but not odious to Hamlet because he really was glad to see his old pal's grin.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>(__*__)
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>What about if you left your car at the airport, and some naked girls came along & posed for pictures next to your car- then those photos get uploaded to the internet somewhere and Google gets a hold of it....?<p><hr></blockquote><p>If we are going to whack out with odorous analogies:<br><br>Your condo you're renting in Jamaica is broken into and all of your stuff is stolen. All except your toothbrushes. You enjoy the rest of your vacation as best you can and go home. Months later while googling for pictures of the resort you stayed at you find a series of pictures of two thieves in your condo ripping you off. The series ends with a picture of a an ass with your toothbrush handles sticking out.<br><br>Any precedent? Do you go to the bathroom and upon spying the very same toothbrushes, do you hurl? Is it google's fault? Is there an urban legend copyright?<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>(__*__)
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