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No, it's not copyright infringement. But it's boring. It's not a novel idea. Be creative and come up with another idea... like a newspaper that: Telepathically injects images into the reader's mind Bursts into flames when the reader opens it, and the ashes fill the air, then the cloud forms the images Projects holograms onto the reader's retina so that ...


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No. A newspaper with moving pictures is an idea, and ideas cannot be copyrighted. The only way you would be infringing on Harry Potter's copyright would be if you included actual characters or locations from it, such as Harry himself or Hogwarts Castle. If your novel takes too many ideas from Harry Potter, you can be sued for plagiarism, but that's an ...


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