Antigua’s Legal “Pirate Site” Authorized by the World Trade OrganizationTorrentFreak
Jan. 29, 2013
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During a meeting in Geneva today the World Trade organization (WTO) authorized Antigua’s request to suspend U.S. copyrights. The decision confirmed the preliminary authorization the Caribbean island received in 2007, and means that the local authorities can move forward with their plan to start a download portal which offers movies, music and software without compensating the American companies that make them.