Instapundit: Missing the Point

New York Times Parody Page

Glenn's wrong. This isn't the same as the Fox News suit against Al Franken. Al was using one element alone - the phrase "Fair and Balanced". If the guy had built a Times correction page from the ground up and put the phrase "All the Corrections That's Fit To Print", then the case would be like the Fox News fiasco.

The parody New York Times page is using many copyrighted elements of a New York Times web page. It's using the actual logo. It's using the sideboxes intact. That's why the Times has a link to their copyright page on every webpage, which the National Debate guy reproduces intact. The man is going to be introduced to some serious financial troubles if he doesn't pull the page and change some formatting and graphics.