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Wikipedia Refuses To Remove Famous 'Monkey Selfie' Photograph

Posted at 7:07AM Thursday 07 Aug 2014

A photographer is embroiled in a battle with Wikipedia after the site refused to remove his image of a 'monkey selfie' because they claim the animal owns copyright

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