US Online Gambling Ban Has Antigua Targeting Copyrights

Law360, New York (October 24, 2013, 2:30 PM EDT) -- The nation of Antigua and Barbuda said Wednesday that it is nearing completion of a bill that will enable it to exploit the suspension of U.S. copyright protections as part of its retaliation against the U.S. ban on Internet gambling services.

The government for the Caribbean island nation said the bill is in the final stages of preparation for submission to the country's legislature. The bill will create a platform for “monetization or other exploitation” of the suspension of U.S. intellectual property rights, which was approved...
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