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Warner Bros sued for pirating Louis Vuitton tradem

NewYorkCountryLawyer (912032) writes | about 2 years ago

Piracy 2

NewYorkCountryLawyer writes "You have to love a case where Warner Brothers, copyright maximalist extraordinaire, gets sued for "piracy", in this case for using a knock-off Luis Vuitton bag in a recent movie. This lawsuit has been described as "awkward" for Warner; I have to agree with that characterization. Louis Vuitton's 22-page complaint (PDF) alleges that Warner Bros. had knowledge that the bag was a knock-off, and went ahead, and used it, anyway. Apparently Warner Bros. takes IP rights seriously only when its Warner's IP rights that are involved."
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Xmas Present (1)

Hyperhaplo (575219) | more than 2 years ago | (#38493034)

Thank you so much, this is a lovely xmas present.

Cheers for reporting this; will follow with interest

They should be charged per movie viewer (1)

schwit1 (797399) | more than 2 years ago | (#38493880)

The MPAA claims thousands per pirated upload or download. This same illogic should be applied to their criminal act.

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