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copyrightRecent cases filed in the Southern District of New York (SDNY) challenge as copyright infringement the reprinting of previously published newsworthy photos of public figures, either by journalists or the public figures themselves.

This article argues that when a copyright owner has already been compensated for the first publication, republication by another to report news or by the public figure photographed should qualify for the fair use exception to copyright infringement.

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