Law360 (April 23, 2018, 1:03 PM EDT) -- The Ninth Circuit ruled Monday that animals cannot sue for copyright infringement, ending a bizarre, yearslong courtroom battle over a famous photo dubbed the "monkey selfie."
A three-judge Ninth Circuit panel said that Naruto — the crested macaque that snapped the viral image — lacked the required standing to file a copyright lawsuit against the photographer whose camera he snatched. (AP) Ruling on an unusual case orchestrated by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, a three-judge panel said that Naruto — the crested macaque that snapped the viral image — lacked the required standing to file a copyright lawsuit against the photographer...
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