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Second Circuit Frames Novel Issue of Photographer’s Claim of Copyright Infringement and DMCA Violation

Posted in Copyright Law, IP

The facts in Mango v. BuzzFeed are fairly straight forward. Mango is a freelance photographer who licensed a photograph to the New York Post.  The Post included the photo in a story and below the photo included Mango’s name – an attribution known in the publishing industry as a “gutter credit”.  Three months after the… Continue Reading