David Slater

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Naruto, a rare crested macaque who lives on a nature reserve in Indonesia, took a selfie  using a camera owned by British photographer David Slater.

Monkeys lack standing to sue for copyright protection and an animal rights group cannot act as legal guardian in such matters, a US appeals court has (...)

David Slater argued he engineered the photographs in 2008 by travelling to an Indonesia jungle and spending three days with a troupe of monkeys to gain their trust

A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit over who owns the copyright to selfie photographs taken by a monkey before a federal appeals court could an(...)

Mist at Beachy Head in East Sussex, England on Sunday,  as emergency services warned people near the coast to stay away from beaches and to keep doors and windows closed after people complained of irritation to their eyes and throats after a “haze” appeared. Photograph: James Bennett/PA Wire

The chemical cloud that left beachgoers on the East Sussex coastline with stinging eyes, sore throats and even vomiting on Sunday remains something of(...)

Monkey business over money: British nature photographer David Slater has seen very little cash from the selfie that a macaque took using his camera. Photograph: AP

As a US appeals court heard arguments on Wednesday over whether or not a monkey can own the copyright to a “selfie”, the man whose camera captured the(...)

Cheese! A selfie taken by Naruto, a six-year-old macaque who lives  in the Tangkoko Reserve on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi

A rare crested macaque monkey who snapped a grinning “selfie” should be declared the photo’s owner and receive damages for copyright infringement afte(...)