A big "OOPS!" for the postal service!

How embarrassing! The U.S. Postal Service back in 2011 issued a "forever" stamp that featured a close up of the face of the Statue of Liberty, but there was one major problem, and it's going to cost the service 3.5 million dollars.  Instead of using a photo of New York's world famous statue, someone accidentally used a photo of the face of a replica statue that appears in the facade of the New York, New York hotel and casino in Las Vegas!  The court ruled in favor of the artist who created that statue and who claimed copyright infringement. Read all about it here!


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