Jessica Moreno is unclear of the concept of licenses

Jessica Moreno is unclear on the concept...

While writing my post on My .1 seconds of Internet fame!, I came across the Jessica Moreno website that provides a link to the original image that caused the crazy spike in the bandwidth on my site.

Apparently she liked the image enough to post the link, but not enough to pay attention to the license on my site. Once again, all she had to do was provide attribution.

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Jessica Moreno is unclear on the concept...

Source: Brandon
Used under the principles of fair use.

Jessica Moreno is unclear on the concept...

What’s even better, she’s obnoxious enough to claim Copyright over the link on her site. Go to her site, copy the link and paste it into a rich text capable browser and you see:

Read more at:
Copyright © | Information contained herein ( website) is protected under both U.S. Federal and International Copyright Laws.

…except when that material is not yours for which you can claim ownership or license.

And should I mention anything about the title of the page to which she posted the link? …Either she’s really intelligent, or not… “What collages are the best movie production schools”. Did she mean “college” or “collage“. :)