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On Friday, the London High Court ruled that author Dan Brown did not steal ideas for The Da Vinci Code from The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, a nonfiction work whose authors had filed a copyright-infringement claim. With this legal nastiness out of the way, Tom Hanks' Da Vinci film will open as planned on May 19, and I can finally buy the paperback without feeling all dirty.

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On Friday, the London High Court ruled that author Dan Brown did not steal ideas for The Da Vinci Code from The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, a nonfiction work whose authors had filed a copyright-infringement claim. With this legal nastiness out of the way, Tom Hanks' Da Vinci film will open as planned on May 19, and I can finally buy the paperback without feeling all dirty.