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Chris Vallance | 18:56 UK time, Monday, 8 September 2008

J K Rowling has won her case against the publishers of a planned book. AP reports.


A judge says "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling has won her claim that a fan violated her copyright with his plans to publish a Potter encyclopedia.

We reported earlier in the year on Rowling's action against the publishers of the book, based on The Harry Potter Lexicon. I interviewed Steven Vander Ark of the Lexicon back in April the interview is below.


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