Roger Waters’ Album Blocked In Italy Over Alleged Copyright Infringement

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Rock’n’roll BDS-hole Roger Waters has been accused of copyright infringement.

Fans of Roger Waters living in Italy will not be able to enjoy his epic new work, Is This the Life We Really Want?, for some time, following an alleged copyright claim. Italian artist Emilio Isgrò believes that Waters infringed upon his “erasure technique” with the artwork for the new album.

Repubblica reports ,and as Rockol points out, Isgrò says the cover art, which features a body of text redacted with black ink, leaving only the album title, copies his trademark “erasure” technique. A judge in Milan has blocked all sales until a court can hear the case on June 27.

How does it feel knowing your fans are prevented from appreciating your work, Roger?

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A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media