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Google's Copyright Policy Spawns Mega-Meta Art From China

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<blockquote>        <p>The Google Art Project allows art enthusiasts to visit distant museums online by scanning them with the same 15-lens camera rigs used by Google Street View. Due to copyright restrictions, however, certain paintings needed to be blurred, just like faces are in <span class="caps">GSV</span>. British artist Phil Thompson was intrigued by the foggy interruptions.</p>    </blockquote>
• June 5, 2013, 3:32 pm |