May 222015
 May 22, 2015  U.S., Youth & Schools

Michael Archambault reports:

Imagine assembling a portfolio of over 4,000 photographs and then being forced to make it disappear or face life-altering consequences; that’s the situation sophomore Anthony Mazur is currently facing at Flower Mound High School in his Texas hometown. After discovering the love of sports photography, the Lewisville Independent School District is now claiming that Anthony’s photographs are theirs and that he has no right to use them.

And there’s not just a copyright issue, but a privvacy issue in there, too.

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