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A crested macaque named Naruto walked up to photographer David John Slater’s camera and pressed the shutter and took a “monkey selfie”.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals didn’t get a warm welcome from the Ninth Circuit in Naruto v. Slater, the “monkey selfie copyright case.”

Scott Graham

Scott Graham focuses on intellectual property and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He writes ALM's Skilled in the Art IP briefing. Contact him at sgraham@alm.com.

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