These are some of the ways that employees of the Metlife company (who have rights to use Snoopy in their materials) are not supposed to use images of Snoopy.
Of course the rest of us are not allowed to use a Snoopy image at all on the web. Those who do might well find themselves in reciept of a letter like this.
As a cartoonist I do guard my copyright fairly jealously, because if people start using my cartoons without paying then I have to eat half tins of baked beans rather than full ones. But perhaps these huge companies who are making millions from their cartoons could give people a bit more leeway and perhaps overlook the odd illegal use of their images.
What do you think?
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