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Photographs and International Copyright Issues

The below case cite is to a decision from the U.S. Court for the District of Delaware that held that a photograph posted on the Internet from a foreign server is not a “United States work” within the meaning of section 411 of the Copyright Act, and thus needs not be registered in the U.S. in order to bring suit for infringement.

Moberg v. 33T LLC, Civil No. 08-625(NLH)(JS) (D. Del. Oct. 6, 2009).

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