“In a surprisingly legal move, the government of Antigua is planning to open a website selling media and software without paying any fees to American copyright holders. It comes after the US closed its market to Antiguan gambling companies. The small Caribbean nation once thrived on its gambling industry, which at one point employed 5 per cent of its people, TorrentFreak reports. When the US blocked the island’s gambling companies from accessing American players, it pulled the rug out from under the whole industry. Antigua is now set to begin selling music, movies and software without having to pay a cent to the American firms holding copyrights on the wares.”
The Freedom Watch Staff
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