The monkey selfie case is not quite over yet at the Ninth Circuit.

At least one member of the panel that decided the copyright case of Naruto the crested macaque last month is calling on the court to reconsider the decision en banc. Lawyers for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, photographer David Slater and publisher Blurb were invited Friday to file briefs within three weeks.

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