I was recently out shopping for a calendar for my girlfriend's 5 year old son, and we came across this hilarious and, I assume, totally unenforceable "copyright" statement on the back of the Transformers calendar we ended up purchasing.
As it turns out these were all over many of the calendars. I laughed because I have often chopped up calendars I like after the years end, and used the images for decoration. I've done this ever since I was little, and recall decorating my teenage pad with the remains of an Alan Lee Lord of the Rings calendar.
Is this really a prohibition of removing and hanging up calendar pages or am I missing something?