Designer gets sued over © of his work
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04-06-2009, 06:38 PM
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Springfield, IL USA
I hope that is at least partially my fault. Not that I want the site inaccessible. I did the research and decided his case has merit. So I made the case known to several much larger communities that I am active in.
Good old fashioned public outcry will ruin those that are trying to ruin him.
That's because you're a really good person, Krik.
@All -- his site started throwing errors 2 days ago. His story is frontpage on slashdot and the traffic from there is bringing down the house.
I buy a lot of stockart photos to use in my web designs, but have never bought any from stockart.com -- and I'm glad I didn't.
Over at ihelpyou forums (where I'm a member) we're discussing this story too. We have a member there named IncrediBill and he's suggested quite a few things that this kid can do to find all instances of his stolen work online.
Anyone have any idea how to get that information to the kid?
BTW, does anyone know if he's setup a PayPal account to accept donations to his legal fund? If so, I'll donate some money to him too.
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