New twist on copyright law

#Music

Sun, Jul 13th, 2008 03:02 by capnasty NEWS

''Knopf said in his blog entry, 'Leaving aside the legal niceties about whose law if any applies in that dreadful place, one can only wonder if ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) might not want a piece of the action. After all, it went after the Girl Guides not so long ago. And if it could try to make a buck off Girl Guides, who are nice people, why not alleged terrorists? Why should terrorists enjoy free music?' ''

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