The girl who stole my book: How Eilis O’Hanlon found out her crime novels were swiped by a stranger

The girl who stole my book: How Eilis O'Hanlon found out her crime novels were swiped by a stranger

There was something strangely familiar about the crime novel riding high on the Amazon Kindle bestseller lists last autumn. Eilis O'Hanlon ought to know. She'd co-written it almost 13 years earlier. The only problem was that someone else was now claiming to be the author.

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Nigerian Government Says Country Needs More Jail Time For Pirates And Control Over Content Of Creative Works

Nigerian Government Says Country Needs More Jail Time For Pirates And Control Over Content Of Creative Works

The operating theory of incumbent industries is that piracy kills creativity. Try telling that to Nigeria. … Years of history suggest rampant piracy is directly linked to the rise of the Nigerian film industry, a.k.a. "Nollywood." It's now 2016 and government officials and anti-piracy task force heads are still trying to deliver the same "piracy is killing the Nigerian film industry" arguments.

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