Adam Curry is an American well known for his days at MTV, as a podcaster (the Daily Source Code), at OnRamp, Inc. and THINK New Ideas, Inc., and as a celebrity (an amorphous and sometimes annoying species of self-promoters). His Dutch wife Patricia is also a celebrity and he seems determined to make his 15 year old daughter Christina one too, while loudly complaining about invasion of her privacy. Here is a link to his blog. Here is a Wikipedia entry about him, which notes "Some controversy was caused by four edits .... Curry made to Wikipedia's article on podcasting by removing mention of early work done by others ... Curry later apologised, saying he had not understood how to use Wikipedia editing functions and had been unaware of some of the prior work done by Kevin Marks."
Recently, Curry has been in the news for a suit he brought, in Holland, against what he describes as a Dutch gossip rag, for among other things reproducing photographs in which he states he owns copyright and published on Flickr under the Creative Commons "attribution-non-commercial-share alike" license. Here is his Flickr page. The results of the court's judgment are the subject of intense disagreement. Here is a link with a very impressive number of comments, some quite personal and/or profane: http://curry.podshow.com/?p=49 .
There does appear to be agreement that the court found the Creative Commons license to be enforceable and violated, although the damages were very low. The violation found appears to have been copyright infringement, not breach of contract, leading one to wonder how the case might have been decided in the U.S. if a fair use criticism or comment defense was raised.