The recent World Trade Organisation (WTO) meeting in Geneva has brought Antigua’s plan to run a copyright-free download site for media one step closer to reality.
According to a statement purportedly from the Antiguan government's counsel, unlimited download site Zookz isn't operating with its approval or knowledge. According to Zookz, it doesn't matter.
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Three days after the government of Antigua distanced itself from the site, Zookz shuts down indefinitely, and pledges to return subscription fees to users.
How can Zookz get away with offering unlimited music and movie downloads for a single monthly fee? Simple--it's based in Antigua.
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