A UK-based law firm's blog has a new update: Ms. Kirkbride is pursuing legal action against Tesco. This is significant because it means Tesco didn't immediately settle upon discovery of this "mistake." Tesco is denying wrongdoing, saying they have "no idea how the mistake happened" and they are "looking into it."
It's not clear from this blog post whether Kiteley's Solicitors is representing Ms. Kirkbride, but as HLR finds out more information, it will be posted on this blog. This is a seminal moment for internet copyright, and if Ms. Kirkbride loses, it could mean a sea change in UK copyright protection. In the internet age, copyright protection is only as good at the weakest countries' protections. We will closely monitor developments in this case.