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The Curse of Tanya Grotter

Ted Striphas has a great account in The Late Age of Print of the legal battles surrounding unauthorized adaptations of the Harry Potter novels.  All the usual “Media Piracy” elements are in play here: “windowing” practices for massive global hits … Continue reading

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Some Context for the Russian Dissent

Several commentators have pointed to the unexpected public dissent by Russian President Medvedev from the G8’s recent statement on copyright and enforcement.  The statement read, in part: With regard to the protection of intellectual property, in particular copyright, trademarks, trade … Continue reading

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