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+ - Antigua attacking U.S. IP law

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XO writes "This article from The Register points out that, in response to the WTO's earlier decision that the U.S. is violating it's commitments with regard to online gaming, "Antigua and Barbuda ... has formally requested that the WTO allow it to suspend its intellectual property obligations to the United States". Here is more from the International Herald Tribune. If the WTO allows this, it could mean that the tiny island of Antigua could resell billions of dollars of U.S. produced copyrighted material, perfectly legally."

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