Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Copyright in the News. The AP reports that "Wal-Mart Targets Parody Site." From the article: "Papasian launched the Web site April 16 for an art class at Carnegie Mellon University called 'Parasitic Media.' The class teaches students about the political uses of satire in the media. He acknowledged using Wal-Mart's graphics on his Web site but said he believed he could use the images as part of a parody." In other news, Reuters reports that "Bush Signs Camcorder-Piracy Bill Into Law," while the AP reports that "Students Accused of Piracy Won't Be ID'd."

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