So adding text to this photo makes it yours? I do not think so.

[http://bit.ly/rqVcY],

caseyalteredpic

makes it yours?  I do not think so.

The original photographer or their employer holds the actual copyright to these photographs.  This is just one of a million plus examples on the internet of simple and mindless infringement.  I noticed a lot of parodies and other altered photos of Casey Anthony, and yet most of these folks know their right to use these items is under the open domain act, and do not place any form of copyright emblem or notation, as their work is derived from someone else’s original photograph or video/audio recording.

The internet has greatly enhanced out ability to receive instant interaction,
instant gratification and most of all, instant notoriety.

The ability to drag and copy, right click save and other cool techniques
have made blogging and other interaction on the internet, easy and effortless,
 when creating news items to titillate readers and win over our foes.  I find
the most interesting is when I re-posted comments that referenced me,
directed to me and written about me, met with such disdain and hate. 
The very ones who posted these comments disagreed with me.

example- I reposted this under the title:

I never thought of duct tape, as much as I do now, eek!

the blog was-

Casey Anthony: Why won’t she clear up Zenaida Gonzalez mystery? posted by halboedeker on May 19, 2009 5:31:52 PM Discuss This: Comments (152)

the comment directed to me-

“We sure could use some duct tape and chloroform about now. Me thinks that’s the only thing that will shut up finnperkins and her imaginary friend cottoncandy.”
Posted by: Axxxxx | May 20, 2009 at 06:45 PM

I read and see their favorite blogs, like cayleedaily and humbleopinion,
and wham!,  there it is the “act of re-posting”, the reposts photos
and documents that originated from other websites, like the Orlando
Sentinel, WFTV, WESH WKMG, and WOFL and many more.

So I am offering this link to clarify my rights as well as theirs, in regards
to the Orlando Sentinel Blogs and other related content… the content
used, read and reposted http://bit.ly/umMpq

Nut shell version-Orlando Sentinel’s Copyright and Terms of Service

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be used to identify you.

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So with this said, and Reposted, I have trackback and.pingback the Orlando
Sentinel for this article, so they are informed, and that my intent is not to over
step these rules, but to be proactive, and see that the rules are enforced.

hey Orange County, Flori-dah?, ever heard of the word Exempt? …try using it on in a while.

you might want exercise restraint, when weighing out the media role to report the news, verse their ongoing need to make the news. The Earnhardt Family Act enacted for this very reason.  I am not sure at what point the world became insensitive to such macabre voyeurism, but it needs to stop.  I would be very pleased to read that the judge has ruled not in favor of the Anthony’s because of who they are, but because of what they are requesting.  The request plain and simple is, please do not release to the public the autopsy.  I know that everyone’s autopsy is of public record, but not everyone’s mother is on trial for her life, and the autopsy conveying possible evidence to taint the jury pool.

My last words on the subject-

What would Caylee want?  One must remember a two year old who loves their mother unconditionally is unlikely going to side with the people on the “I hate Casey Anthony Train” that has blazed a path through the headlines of my once normal local paper.

Wake up people, if this comes and passes without denial, what next, are we going to see live autopsies, executions, and hey why not show videos of the jury deliberating….

That last one sounds crazy, but I would not place it unattainable, as here in Flori-dah!,  nothing surprises me anymore.

Example or reality

This is a game  

operation

 

… this is not, this is call autopsy, here is what what might become of Caylee’s, if the media gets their way.  I show here, a Flori-dah newspaper, in St. Petersburg times, an odd way of displaying the findings of Martin Lee Anderson autopsy.

autopsystpete

To learn whether  died of natural causes, or from blows inflicted by guards, doctors will examine his body for the second time on Monday. Here is a look at how autopsies are done, what they found in the first autopsy, and what they may look for next.
Go to interactive [i removed the link]

 

What is interesting about this case, the child was shown on a video being beaten by officers, and yet cause of death was different, but now here in floridah, “death remains undetermined” is not acceptable.

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