. . . if you're a photographer and you find that a foreign nation (Burundi, say) is using a photo you took on the reverse side of its new 10,000 Franc note? That's what's happened to photographer Kelly Fajack, and the answer apparently is: not much. Professor Patry has the details
. As he explains, the chief hurdles to the suit the photographer recently filed in U.S. District Court are (1) the Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act and (2) the fact that the Copyright Act doesn't apply extraterritorially (that is, you can't sue over activity occurring wholly overseas).