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Monkey Cannot Own Copyright To Viral Selfie, Says Federal Judge

The Huffington Post | Dominique Mosbergen | Posted 01.07.2016 | Weird News

It was the selfie seen around the world; a toothy snap taken inadvertently by a grinning macaque monkey. As the selfie went viral, a question arose: J...

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

Nathan J. Winograd | Posted 09.30.2015 | Politics
Nathan J. Winograd

PETA recently filed a lawsuit that is egregiously antithetical to the cause of animals rights; it is a case that so tragically captures the rot that is at the very heart of PETA's corrupted mission that I cannot let this opportunity to highlight their hypocrisy go unchallenged.

Is Nature Intelligent?

Lisa Arie | Posted 11.04.2014 | Green
Lisa Arie

In the recent dispute over whether a selfie can belong to a monkey, the monkey lost. The U.S. Copyright Office decided that the selfies a group of Indonesian macaques snapped belong to no one. Food for thought, but what seems to have been lost in this episode is another, larger issue -- how intelligent these and other creatures are.

Could A Monkey Photographer Lead To A Copyright Revolution?

ARTINFO | Posted 09.16.2011 | Arts
ARTINFO

By now you've probably heard of the "Cindy Sherman of the Monkey World," as we dubbed her recently. While working in an Indonesian national park, Brit...

Monkey Steals Camera, Takes Hilarious Self-Portraits

The Huffington Post | Posted 09.04.2011 | Green

In what could be the epitome of monkey business, a crested black macaque in a national park in Indonesia stole a photographer's camera and snapped som...