The rise of social media has presented the courts with a seemingly never ending slew of counterintuitive, but probably valid claims. For example, the pop star Justin Bieber recently posted an image on his social media of himself and a friend in the backseat of a car. The photo, of course, was taken by a paparazzo undoubtedly lying in wait for just the right opportunity to snap the angst-ridden star. The photographer has now filed suit for copyright infringement against Mr. Bieber.Read more »
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