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Copyright Lawsuits Over Product Shots Are Stupid–eTrailer v. Automatic Equipment

The plaintiff is a retailer of “motor vehicle accessories.” The defendant manufactures towing supplies and has previously distributed its goods to the plaintiff. The plaintiff created product shots and obtained copyright registrations for some of them. On the right is the first page of a 64 page exhibit from the complaint cataloging product shots and associated copyright registrations. The plaintiff alleges the defendant copied its product shots and used them on the defendant’s own website and ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Law, E-commerce, Copyright, Kangaroo, Amazon Amazon, Standard Process, Routt, Automatic Equipment, eTrailer Corp, Automatic Equipment Mfg Co, Scherba, FragranceNet

We tried the 1,250-calorie survival bar that powered Colin O'Brady's record-shattering 932-mile solo journey across Antarctica

Colin O'Brady recently became the first person to cross Antarctica alone, unaided by kites or resupplies. In his sled of food and gear, he brought a special nutrition bar called a Colin Bar. He ate 4,000 calories worth of the stuff every day.  We tasted the bar and found it impressively palatable, but it had some strange flavors. When American adventurer Colin O'Brady set out to become the first human to cross Antarctica alone, unaided by resupply or any wind-gathering kite, he knew a specia...
Tags: Instagram, US, Trends, Antarctica, Manhattan, Greenland, Buddhist, Brady, Power Bar, Colin O Brady, Colin Bars, Standard Process, Jenna Besaw, Peter Kotecki, O Brady Standard Process, Colin Bar