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As Baby Yoda has captured the hearts of the world, fans have taken to creating and celling their own merch as Disney has held back theirs until May.

Copyright, Royalties and Christmas Music

Christmas songs are big businesses, but the recurring Christmas hit is still fairly new. Here's how it got started and who is earning the money from it.

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Cloudflare is facing lawsuits in both the U.S. and Japan and Chinese court rules that AI-created work qualifies for copyright protection.

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