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When copy and pasting a picture off the internet goes wrong

Arstechnica.com  recently posted an article about a dispute between real estate site Zillow.com and McMansionHell.com, a website that satirically criticizes McMansion architecture and architectural trends.  McMansion Hell posts blog entries of photographs of McMansion listings with various comments noted on the photograph.


Zillow.com treatened to sue McMansionHell.com's owner and operator, Kate Wagner, for allegedly breaching the site's terms of use and infringing on Zillow's copyrights.  Despite Zillow.com apparently not owning the copyrights to any of the photos on its website (as the photos were either licensed from third-parties or already in the public domain, it appears the parties have resolved the matter out of court, with Ms. Wagner removing photos found on Zillow from her website.

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