As for the avatar, I have an image of four actresses, nothing else. Lifetime TV (or whoever owns the Golden Girls copyright) might own the rights to the image of the Golden Girls house, the Golden Girls themesong, or the Golden Girls logo, but my best guess is that Betty White and company still own the rights to their own pictures.
Actresses and other people of fame have no right to photos of them or images. They are in the public domain. Which is why tabloids don't need permission to use their picture. Regular people however are not in the public domain, hence the blurring of faces on the Real World.HTHSpoken like a true Lawyer. Thanks!
For some reason, I don't see you doing so well in law school, goodadvice.While you're hyper-concerned with how you're dressed and whether your slacks are pressed (with the sole aim of impressing that cute girl that sits a row in front of you) the rest of us will be studying and working to ensure you'll be at the bottom of the class.HTH
They charge for that information on Prowler, if I'm not mistaken.