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Opinion - The might of rights

A spoof radio news item from the surreal satirists at The Onion joked that a film studio had bought the movie rights to Allan Sherman's classic comic song Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh. That might have been funny once but the world of rights has already gone way past parody. In today's business, the piece wasn't a joke but a spot of consultancy.

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