Netflix, News Outlets Hit With 2nd 'Wild Wild Country' Suit

Law360 (November 8, 2019, 9:57 PM EST) -- The controversial religious group that was the subject of Netflix’s “Wild Wild Country” hit the acclaimed documentary’s makers with a second copyright infringement suit Thursday, slamming the series as “little more than a repackaging of content purloined from other authors and filmmakers.”

The Osho International Foundation — which says it owns and promotes the works of Rajneesh, whom they call Osho — tore into the Emmy-winning 2018 docuseries, saying the “universe of infringement is even vaster than previously understood,” according to a new copyright infringement suit filed Thursday in California federal court.

It’s the foundation’s second copyright infringement suit lodged against Netflix...

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