Let's talk about art theft and copyright
It's been awhile hasn't it DA?
Well today I am writing you something to address a little something I recently experienced. Let's call it for what it is, "art theft" and nothing less than that. I was recently made aware that a certain high profile deviant whom I won't mention (because I would like to keep it classy) recently took one of my most popular photographs of an Elk, erased my signature on it and put it up on Tumblr. Cute, eh? Sure if you consider that sort of thing as cute, which I certainly don't.
I went ahead and contacted my lawyer and I also went ahead and sent Tumblr a DCMA takedown notice. Beyond that I also went ahead and contacted the deviant in question and posted on their front page as to confront them. Now I've been around these parts long enough to know that people don't like being called out publicly for their actions, especially when it relates to art theft but you know what? My give a damn isn't only busted, it's been reworked to where my attitude bas