Apple has confirmed that a post on its Flickr account that has appeared in a Palm Beach post on the company’s Flickr account has a copyright infringement claim against the Beatles poster.
The post is titled “The Beatles Poster.”
A screenshot of the post shows that it is titled, “Beatles poster copyright infringement”.
The caption to the post reads, “If you want to see it, you’ll need to go to a concert with the Beatles.
But you won’t be able to see the Beatles.”
A screenshot of Google’s Flickr post has a link to the poster’s Flickr page with the caption “Google: Beatles poster is copyright infringement.”
The copyright infringement claims were posted in a thread on the poster site and are linked to Google’s blog post.
The poster’s caption reads, “@google, thanks for your post on this poster.
It is copyrighted by @usernameschmidt.
It does not belong to me, but I am posting it for the sake of its being widely circulated.”
Google responded to the infringement claims in a blog post:We don’t comment on individual posters or their content, but we will delete a post if we believe it infringes copyright.
The poster’s image has been taken down, and a link has been added to its Flickr page.
Google’s Flickr has over 13 million photos, according to the company, with over 1 million of those images featuring the Beatles’ image.