‘Monkey selfie’ copyright claim rejected
Denys Kutsevalov / Shutterstock.com (A macaque monkey, pictured)
A US court has ordered the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) to take its ‘monkey selfie’ argument to Congress after it dismissed a complaint asserting that a Macaque ape should own the copyright to a photo it took of itself.
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