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Apple’s Advertising = Ripoff?

I was cruising through Engadget today when a headline and article caught my eye. Entitled ‘Apple’s little problem with ripping off artists‘, it lays out in detail the disconcerting trend taking shape of Apple knocking off other artists’ and creative companies’ work in its own products and advertising. It is a very interesting and compelling case strengthened by facts like this weekend artist Louis Psihoyos filed suit against Apple for allegedly swiping his wall of videos photo after Apple backed out of negotiations to license the imagery to use in the Apple TV intro video and branding (images pictured above). Read the article for youself and see what you think.

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