I thought I would post a lighter article I found on copyright, an area which can be a bit of a dull subject at times. I found this CBC article from January this year about a court case in San Francisco where the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) sought to represent a now famous monkey who took a selfie of itself with the camera of a British nature photographer. PETA’s aim was to administer all the proceeds from the photos for the benefit of the monkey, not the photographer. It is a great photo and was an interesting twist on the debate around copyright rules and the ownership of the property and whether it would extend to our intelligent cousins. Thoughts?