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Chinatown Funeral Goods Bring Copyright-Infringement Arrest

From the NYT: Chinatown Funeral Goods Bring Copyright-Infringement Arrest: “Paper imitations of luxury items are traditional at Chinese funerals as gifts for the dead, but a seller of cardboard handbags was arrested on copyright-infringement charges on Tuesday.” Read more>> (H/t Rob Wicks.)

I think it’s trademark, not copyright, but anyhoo. The IP po-po came in and arrested this guy for selling cardboard imitations of Louis Vuitton handbags and Gucci loafers. Took him to jail.

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