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Comment: Re:As much as I like Penn and Teller (Score 1) 296

by DC2088 (#39726857) Attached to: Magician Suing For Copyright Over Magic Trick
If he actually changed the work after reverse engineering the trick, it might not have been a violation, and yes, you can own and copyright pantomime routines such as this given certain elements. The law on it is a little vague, of course, thus the "testing the waters of magic trick copyrights" sort of language here. I'm curious as to how this is insane, really.

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