Isn't it just as bad then for the Faulkner estate to quote the non-Faulkner parts of the movie in the lawsuit? Are they allowed to even talk about the movie dialog that is not the supposed infringing quote lest they run afoul of their own standards?
Hey Newmark, why don't you publish an API and perhaps charge a bit based on usage or something like that instead of remaining so closed and using legal threats. Open it up a bit so people can do some more useful things to make it better.
If Columbia is anything like Mexico in terms of it's corruption, and selective enforcement of laws, this law will have no teeth. It won't be enforced except in a few cases of political expediency. The cops on the street aren't going to stop people from openly selling pirated DVD's and USB's sticks full of music like they do now.
It sucks that this happened, but you can pretty much expect nothing to change.