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December 14, 2009


Emily Kringle

This makes me happy. I'm glad that there is law enforcement cracking down on copyright infringement in the areas of other goods, such as clothing, shoes, handbags, perfume, stationery, phones and pharmaceuticals. I see so many bootlegs of anime and video game merchandise at conventions it's overwhelming. There's tons of them on Amazon too. Lots of that bootleg crap doesn't go through customs and could be potentially hazardous to children!!

Joe Gargiola

I will care about intellectual property rights when music and movie studios realize that the music/movies they are putting out ARE NOT worth ticket/DVD/CD prices they are asking.

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