Antigua Could Use Free Music To Retaliate Against The US

2006-04-04 21:01 - Links

The US and the tiny island nation of Antigua have been fighting it out in the WTO over online gambling laws for quite some time. After the US ignored WTO rulings, a possible retaliation option that's being discussed, apparently, is that Antigua would stop enforcing US trademarks and patents, allowing manufacturers in that country to start making knockoff goods also allowing all sorts of file sharing. Take that RIAA and MPAA!


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