Wal-Mart has aimed some legal nastygrams at a 20-year-old Carnegie Mellon student after he created a parody site using images from the real Wal-Mart Foundation website. He figured it was fair use, but Wal-Mart claims the site fell afoul of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. You can read Wal-Mart's letter in PDF format here. (Hat tip: Slashdot.)
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