Stop H&M claiming and profiting from street-artists work
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This week, fashion retailer H&M filed a lawsuit in Federal Court in New York, allegedly asking the court to rule out that all unsanctioned or illegal artwork, such as street art or graffiti should be devoid of copyright protection and can be used any brand or corporation, without any payment or even the artists’ permission. This action taken by H&M is an assault on artists’ rights and we must raise our voices. This could render millions of murals and important pieces of artwork worldwide completely unprotected and available for corporate use, without any payment or permission needed whatsoever.
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