By David Walker
A federal appeals court has re-instated stock photo agency Alaska Stock’s copyright infringement claim against textbook publisher Houghton Mifflin, reversing a lower court decision to dismiss the case on the grounds that the stock agency had registered its images improperly.
The decision means that Alaska Stock now gets the opportunity to try its copyright claims in court.
The case is a also victory for photographers and other copyright owners because it upholds a streamlined process for registering images in bulk as a collected work. Specifically, the court affirmed the authority of the US Copyright Office “to grant registration to individual stock …read more
Via: PDN Pulse