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Paul had a weblog link to one of his images–not a link to an image, mind you, but just set the src of the image tag to something on his site–and he had to take action.

B2Day did not copy the image beforehand, nor did they link to my site via the image, nor did they provide attribution for the image. They simply incorporated it into their own page, applying my bandwidth to their own needs.

This means, I thought, that they want me as a contributor! I had only a few minutes before I needed to leave for work, so I worked fast and kept things simple.

Hahaha, sloats. And you know what? It’s been hours and Paul’s altered image is still up. You’d think B2Day would read the comments people are leaving. Poor bastards. (Thanks to Jesse for the tip.)

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