Does Labour's attack ad break the law? #2
Monday, March 05, 2007
The backstory: Labour release attack ad on the net. Ad contains the famous Redwood failing to sing anthem footage. Does the Labour party breach copyright?
The juice: I have it on good authority that Labour haven't received permission to use the Redwood pictures. YouTube policy states that videos which infringe copyright should be taken down.
posted by Blamerbell @ 1:16 pm,
- At 2:27 pm, said...
Labour has paid for this as they did in the 2005 General Election.
- At 4:16 pm, seren said...
Time to put up or shut up, Blamie... the anonymous reply seems pretty categoric, although that could just be bluster.
Why not give Labour HQ a call and find out? I'm sure they'd love to hear from you :-)
If they won't play ball, then BBC Wales should be able to help - it was their footage of Redwood.
- At 6:33 pm, Normal Mouth said...
That's better. This looks more like a story than part 1.
- At 8:02 pm, Blamerbell said...
"Time to put up or shut up, Blamie"
What's with all these stranges nicknames I've been getting lately?
Sign of affection perhaps:)
"If they won't play ball, then BBC Wales should be able to help - it was their footage of Redwood."
Yes, I know...