Legal update

Martin, James A.
June 1994
Macworld;Jun94, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p127
Reports on FPG international stock-photography service's filing of a copyright infringement complaint against `New York Newsday' newspaper. Claims that Newsday scanned photographs from an FPG catalog and used parts of the photographs in a published illustration without permission.


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