3 posts • joined 24 Apr 2007
Torben Mogensen says:
"If I recall copyright law correctly, you can use the names and likeness of copyrighted characters for purposes of parody and satire."
UK copyright law, and I'm fairly sure EU law, contains no get-out on the basis of parody or satire. This is, however, true of American copyright law.
Sold for £2.20...
... to a chap called "autorev". He seems to have been willing to pay an additional £3 for postage. This would seem to be an auction record for a revelation of Batman in a fruit.
Re: How it works
Thanks for the explanation, Paul. One thing, though. There are no penguins in the Arctic, and no Eskimos in the Antarctic. That might explain why Eskimos were searching for them, I suppose.
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