The Micronational/Fifth World version of the copyright is the Print Monopoly (PM), but unlike the copyright, the Print Monopoly it does not expire.

Print Monopolies are independent intellectual property instruments issued by the Micronational Professional Registry (MPR), and protect intellectual property independently of other nations or international conventions.

So far three books with an ISBN have been print-monopolised, an article about Bucksfanian Astrology in Italian, at least a single issue of an Italian-language micronational magazine, and several websites.

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