Just because something is freely accessible, doesn’t mean it’s ok to copy it and use it for commercial gain. If I go into an exhibition, museum or gallery which is free and open to the public, it may be possible to take photos. If I then go and use those photos to print and flog on T-shirts, posters etc., that’s not right.
6 posts • joined 22 Dec 2011
Welcome to The Reg's poetry corner... hiQ once again / beats LinkedIn on web scrape case / more appeals await
Suspected crypto-coin crook collared after emailing apology note to the cops rather than victim – shock claim
Re: I'm Confused!
If the perp had the victim’s phone, he probably had access to the victim’s email too. So perfectly feasible that he had the detective’s email address if the detective had been emailing the victim.
Maybe he was reading their emails and felt guilty? Replied to the wrong message? Copied the wrong address down? Autocomplete error?