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Författarporträtt. A patch of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (US DEA) "Cocaine Intelligence Unit." The patch depicts the grim reaper with a scythe, an hourglass, and a bomb in a field of snow. By This emblem is used by the podcast Chapo Trap House as their logo.Originally, it was a patch created and used by employees of the US DEA (Washington Post.) A higher-res scan of the same patch is included in the Washington Post article; however, that author claims copyright over his scans on Flickr. It is doubtful that an unmodified scan or faithful reproduction of a public-domain work can be copyrighted (see further analysis here), but the author also watermarked his high-resolution scans, making these lower-res images the preferable choice.Although the true author of any individual patch is unknown (at least in any currently available reliable sources), it is well-documented that such patches were created by federal employees, and thus this is "a work prepared by an officer or employee" of the federal government within the meaning of copyright law. The patches, as noted in the source above, are "often not produced in an official capacity, or with the knowledge or approval of an agency's higher-ups"; nonetheless, it is also documented that such patches were used on uniforms during official DEA raids, and served a specific identifying function: when "raiding suspected drug operations, the agents needed a quick visual way to identify one another." The work was thus created "as part of that person's official duties." Even if the patches were not directly funded by the DEA or approved/acknowledged by higher-ups, they were used as a functional part of the employees' "official duties" of carrying out drug raids. - <a href="https://thetrap.fm/" rel="nofollow" target="_top">https://thetrap.fm/</a>, Public Domain, <a href="https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=54516566" rel="nofollow" target="_top">https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=54516566</a>

A patch of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (US DEA) "Cocaine Intelligence Unit." The patch depicts the grim reaper with a scythe, an hourglass, and a bomb in a field of snow. By This emblem is used by the podcast Chapo Trap House as their logo.Originally, it was a patch created and used by employees of the US DEA (Washington Post.) A higher-res scan of the same patch is included in the Washington Post article; however, that author claims copyright over his scans on Flickr. It is doubtful that an unmodified scan or faithful reproduction of a public-domain work can be copyrighted (see further analysis here), but the author also watermarked his high-resolution scans, making these lower-res images the preferable choice.Although the true author of any individual patch is unknown (at least in any currently available reliable sources), it is well-documented that such patches were created by federal employees, and thus this is "a work prepared by an officer or employee" of the federal government within the meaning of copyright law. The patches, as noted in the source above, are "often not produced in an official capacity, or with the knowledge or approval of an agency's higher-ups"; nonetheless, it is also documented that such patches were used on uniforms during official DEA raids, and served a specific identifying function: when "raiding suspected drug operations, the agents needed a quick visual way to identify one another." The work was thus created "as part of that person's official duties." Even if the patches were not directly funded by the DEA or approved/acknowledged by higher-ups, they were used as a functional part of the employees' "official duties" of carrying out drug raids. - https://thetrap.fm/, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=54516566

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