The World Trade Organization (WTO) has given Antigua permission to suspend copyright on US intellectual property as compensation for the US government’s decision to ban offshore gambling – sanctions the US has described as “government-authorised piracy”.
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WTO, Antigua, US, IP rights, piracy, gambling