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  1. I'm currently pursuing a British company for unauthorised use of one of my images on its website. In their defence they state the following: I do apologise for this, the image was downloaded from Google, who as you may know, have recently had a Law passed that has reassigned the status of Copyright on all of the images on all of its servers. The fact that Copyright been now disbanded, and as such all Copyright claims for images displayed, uploaded to and downloaded from any Google server are now invalid. While the Google defence is laughable, I'm curious about the source of this misconception. Has anybody got any background information on this? Iain Lowson
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