Emma Watson Compares Taylor Swift’s Copyright Battle to ‘Little Women’s’ Jo March

Emma Watson aptly compared “Little Women’s” turning moment of Jo March asking for the copyrights to her debut novel to Taylor Swift’s ownership struggle with Big Machine.“It’s about believing in yourself and knowing your worth and owning your worth,” Watson told Variety about the importance of Jo owning her copyrights at the film’s New York City premiere.

“Right now, the Taylor Swift situation is a great example of, you know, you’re young and you’re talented and someone wants to buy your work, but having ownership at the end of the day is super, super important because you don’t know what someone’s going to decide to do with that.”Watson also likened the situation to the Monopoly board game: “I think people undervalue ownership.

You know when you play Monopoly and you have a decision and you want to own something or get cash fast.

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