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Responding to US Gambling Law, Antigua Set To Launch "Pirate" Site 377

An anonymous reader writes "The Government of Antigua is planning to launch a website selling movies, music and software, without paying U.S. copyright holders. The Caribbean island is taking the unprecedented step because the United States refuses to lift a trade 'blockade' preventing the island from offering Internet gambling services, despite several WTO decisions in Antigua's favor. The country now hopes to recoup some of the lost income through a WTO approved 'warez' site."
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Responding to US Gambling Law, Antigua Set To Launch "Pirate" Site

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