xkcd goes legal


Just about when the first xkcd book was announced, one of Randall Munroe’s cartoons appeared on the cover of the third edition of Law And The InternetSo far, no information is available on whether this is correctly licenced use, though…

Update : As publisher Richard Hart explains in the note below, Randall Munroe granted permission for the use of his cartoon on the cover of the book in question.  I had only done a very limited search on the title, and not found the book’s impressum. My apologies if I seemed to insinuate that any infringement was at play here.

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