Check out this article about a case of copyright litigation, which could hold interesting implications for the future of copyright law among the stars!
Recently, model Gigi Hadid posed for some paparazzi, and then posted one of the photos they took on her social media. The paparazzi sued Hadid for using their photos, even though the photos were of her and she had stopped and posed for them.
The author of this article writes that the arguments made in this case are likely to be repeated in similar future cases (which are getting more and more common), and hopes that they may even lead to establishing a more equitable precedent for all such cases, as an important step on the road to updating copyright law for the Internet era.
Read the full article here.