KQED, “Oakland Artist Smacks Down Tech Exec for Using Image in Viral Job Ad,” April 27, 2015

Oakland Artist Smacks Down Tech Exec for Using Image in Viral Job Ad
by Kevin L. Jones, KQED, April 27, 2015

Jennings’ most notable works are political by nature, including his “Anarchist Action Figure,” which he placed inside box stores in 2007 and then film customers as they tried to purchase the toy.

Late Sunday night, Jennings fired off a cease and desist letter to Koch, stating that if the exec did not remove the picture from the ad within 10 days, it would be taken as “willful infringement,” which could lead up to $150,000 in fines if Koch was found guilty in court.

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