Black Panther & the American Creative Continuum

When Black Panther opened last month and proceeded to set records at the box office, it just so happened to be 200 years, almost to […]

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Why Women Should Also Lead the Anti-Piracy Effort

In past articles I’ve suggested that anti-piracy should be a form of activism practiced by anyone who stands up for women’s rights. And perhaps now […]

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Dragon Box Sued by New and Traditional Film Studios

Picking up on the piracy-doublespeak theme of my last post, let’s highlight a favorite talking point among piracy advocates and apologists, the one that goes […]

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Is a Tech Company Really Claiming Ownership of Marvel Characters?

You may have read recently that some of the major studios, most prominently Disney, are alleged to have infringed the patent rights in a certain […]

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Sci-Fi Film Written by AI is Still Fundamentally Human

Back in June, ArsTechnica hosted the online debut of a short film called Sunspring. Directed by Oscar Sharp and featuring the actors Elizabeth Gray, Humphrey […]

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