Internet_dog.jpg (300 × 337 pixels, file size: 80 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg)
Image from The New Yorker cartoon by Peter Steiner, 1993.
The New Yorker
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To illustrate an article about the cartoon.
The image is copyrighted, so making a free equivalent would be impossible. As this iconic cartoon is the subject of the article, removing a depiction would be detrimental to the reader's understanding.
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|current||17:59, 15 October 2019||300 × 337 (80 KB)||Carrite||Fair UseRationale appears above. Uploading new scan reduced to identical (previously approved) resolution, from Malcolm Gladwell (ed.), ''The Big New Yorker Book of Dogs.'' (New York: The New Yorker Magazine, 2012), p. 135.|
|15:43, 14 February 2014||No thumbnail||300 × 335 (63 KB)||McGeddon||Convert to greyscale, picture had an odd pink background.|