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Copyright Criminals

Season 11 Episode 11

In the past 35 years, technology has made it possible for almost anyone to sample and remix beats and melodies into new creations. But when those original beats and melodies belong to someone else, the irresistible force of creative freedom meets the immovable object of intellectual property law. COPYRIGHT CRIMINALS looks at arguments on all sides of the debate.

Aired: 01/17/10
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