CoreLogic’s Copyright Win in Photo Metadata Spat Affirmed

A California-based data analytics company didn’t violate the law when it stripped out metadata from copyrighted photos used in real estate listings, a federal appeals court ruled. Two photographers who sued CoreLogic Inc. failed to prove the company’s actions would enable or help conceal copyright infringement, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said.

Source: CoreLogic’s Copyright Win in Photo Metadata Spat Affirmed

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