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Old 01-23-2013, 05:03 PM   #27
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Default Re: the copyright question

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Originally Posted by Darthphere View Post
Obviously. That company paid for the licensing. Gotham Garage didn't.

What exactly is the issue here though? This seems pretty cut and dry to me.
Nothing for me. Just trying to answer BA's question of why WB's going after this garage and not dealing with others.

As Anita pointed out with her Disney example, they'll go after you if they're making their own "official" versions and you're making a good amount of profit. So, now we know it's come to WB's knowledge due to some other garage that paid licensing fees and sells their replicas at a higher price.

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