Monkey Selfie Lesson
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">2014 Interview</span></div> 2014 - Wikipedia refuses to delete photo as 'monkey owns it'
<div>Another article in Newsweek about the topic.</div>
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Video from 2014 interview</span></div><div><br></div> British photographer David Slater talks about his dispute with Wikimedia after it refused to remove his photo of a 'monkey selfie', claiming he does not own ...
<div>The official U.S. Copyright website - FAQs on copyright law</div> The U.S. Copyright Office answers frequently asked questions about copyright, registration, and services.
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">2011 Interview</span></div> 2011 - Monkey steals camera to snap himself
<div>David Slater's website, where he explained his side of the story.</div>
<div>I tweeted out some student comments and reflections using #MonkeySelfieDebate</div> The latest Tweets on #monkeyselfiedebate. Read what people are saying and join the conversation.
<div>If a monkey snaps a selfie in the forest, who owns the copyright? Read the attached articles and make a stand! You'll get to vote in a poll (on Canvas) at the end of class after reviewing all of the evidence.</div>
<div>What else are you wondering? What other info could you search to help you justify your claim?</div>
<div>Go back to Canvas now and take a stand! Vote in the poll, then click Reply on the post and justify your choice.</div>
<div>The image on Wikimedia Commons</div>
<div>Article defending Wikimedia's side of the story on The New Yorker</div> When a macaque takes a selfie, who owns the photograph?

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