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Evil Magic

The Second Circuit affirmed dismissal of copyright claims against best-selling novelist Tomi Adeyemi, the author of “Children of Blood and Bone.” Any similarities in the use of magic, evil, love, and royalty with another writer’s work is negligible since those are unprotectable abstract ideas.

NEW YORK — The Second Circuit affirmed dismissal of copyright claims against best-selling novelist Tomi Adeyemi, the author of “Children of Blood and Bone.” Any similarities in the use of magic, evil, love, and royalty with another writer’s work is negligible since those are unprotectable abstract ideas.

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