Fair Use

If you're as un-hip and out-of-touch as me, then a guy you've probably never heard of was sued by another guy you've never heard of (but whose photography you'd recognize instantly) because the first guy (the one sued) produced a visual work that was not sufficiently distinct from the original (that of the sue-er) as to be considered "fair use." Click any link in this post for more info.

This post comes via DF (three times!), kottke, BoingBoing, and about a half dozen other feeds in my Google Reader.