Many readers are probably familiar with the Antigua-U.S. Gambling dispute. I don't want to go through all the details here, but if you need a refresher, here's an overview from an ASIL Insight I did in 2008.
I hadn't heard anything about the case recently and had been wondering what was going. Well, here's an interesting development: An Antiguan company claims that, based on the WTO ruling, it is allowed to violate U.S. intellectual property rights as part of a music and movie download service it has set up! Specifically, it is selling these downloads at very low prices, presumably possible because it is not paying for the rights.
ZookZ operates under the parameters of the 2007 WTO ruling between Antigua and the United States, and is the only website that can legally offer members unlimited digital entertainment.
I read about this first at TechDirt, which had this to say: