"I switched my images from traditional copyright protection to be protected under the Creative Commons license a few years ago, which simply states that they can use my images as long as they attribute the image to me and do not use it for commercial purposes.
"I do not see anywhere on the screen capture that you have provided that the image was attributed to the source (me). So my conclusion would be that Lamar Smith's organization did improperly use my image. So according to the SOPA bill, should it pass, maybe I could petition the court to take action against www.texansforlamarsmith.com."
Tech writer Dan Gillmor is one of the SOPA protesters enjoying the irony, tweeting, "It's not like we should expect the author of SOPA to follow copyright law or anything, right?" For the photographic evidence (we don't want to use the images improperly either), head over to Taete's article.