WASHINGTON — The fashion world is taking a different tack to copyright protection.
The two groups backing copyright protection for designers are shifting their priorities from a legislative solution that remains stalled in Congress and are focusing instead on industry initiatives addressing design piracy and knockoffs, as well as other hot-button policy battles.
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