Copyright idiocy of the day

I needed to make a photocopy of my driver’s license and credit card for an internet order where the shipping address was different from the billing address. My home office copy machine is sheetfed, so I need to go out to copy the little pieces of plastic.
So I called the South Congress HEB. Their photocopy machine is behind a service desk. They won’t let me copy my own driver’s license and credit card, because they are “copyrighted”.
A slightly longer trip to Office Depot did the trick.

5 thoughts on “Copyright idiocy of the day”

  1. HEB is a supermarket. They offer copy and fax services.
    I have no idea if there is any legal basis to it. It was faster to go to the office supply store 5 minutes further away than to walk up the management chain and troubleshoot this idiocy.

  2. HEB is a supermarket. They offer copy and fax services.
    I have no idea if there is any legal basis to it. It was faster to go to the office supply store 5 minutes further away than to walk up the management chain and troubleshoot this idiocy.

  3. you know it’s federal law that prohibit them from copying your driving license or credit card

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