@DaveTweed recently deleted my Answer
These images have no personal author and the legal copyright details in the datasheet do not prohibit copying for educational purposes.
No Intellectual Property was being stolen. After all, they want you to advertise their products. But I did not need any specific reference as it was irrelevant to the question.
Even I recall @Kortuk once said "more attributions to datasheet images would be NICE TO HAVE" meaning not necessary according to the rules of attributions" Although his name is not searchable is not searchable to find this comment for some reason. I am paraphrasing and he did not capitalize.
Since my answer does not infringe on Intellectual Property usage and is not restricted in the legalese for copying for educational purposes, I assert your actions and the assumptions that any image without a citation or attribution is illegal or even in bad taste.
It is far different from copying a personal graph in Wikipedia which has a requirement for attribution.
This is a commercial part and sharing information does not violate their copyrights or Intellectual Property.
In my opinion, this is action ignoring the fact that it is a commercial document free to the public to share as they see fit for educational/non-profit purposes and Dave was ignorantly applying 1 rule for all images.
Furthermore, I resent @ElliotAlderson 's accusation I was stealing anything, when the burden of proof is his and there is none since it is not "personal" nor assuming I have any IP rights.
Maybe the rules need updating or Dave needs to be more consistent with his actions to everyone for every image on this site.
This is not personal, rather a commercial datasheet for non-profit educational use. Or is someone profiting from my answers that I dont know about?