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  • by Abigail (26) on 2007.02.06 7:50 (#53064) Journal
    It doesn't seem to be to far fetched to me. I wouldn't be surprised some artist out there has won a some law suit after someone decided to cut of part of a painting, or modified a sculpture, etc. Changing the aspect ratio of a picture does modify it. And the USA being a society where people always look for a way to make one else responsible for their actions, the company put in the notice to avoid being sued for not warning them.
    • The ridiculous part is that the company felt they needed to notify the customer of this. They shouldn't have to worry that they'd be liable if somebody broke the law and happened to be using their product.