OP-ED: There’s a thin line between heaven and hell when it comes to copyright – as grunge band Nirvana discovers

[Daily Maverick - Zambia] - 17/06/2021
Grunge rock band Nirvana are being sued over copyright infringement because of an image created in 1949 by British artist CW Scott-Giles, and originally used to illustrate an English version of Dante’s Inferno.
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