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Comment: That's because it's not entirely copyright anyway (Score 1) 255

by dosius (#49173241) Attached to: Gritty 'Power Rangers' Short Is Not Fair Use

The stupid idea of "intellectual property" (which of course is neither) muddles the lines between copyright and trademark.

As I understand what's being violated is mainly trademark - and not only that of Saban but of Toei as well, because the basic design elements (and even the use of "Ranger") actually belong to Toei rather than Saban, and Saban is just using them under license.

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