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Carlos Pedraza [Creators Explain]
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 A fan-produced recreation of the Enterprise D from Star Trek: The Next Generation has shut down following a cease and desist from CBS legal. A fan-produced recreation of the Enterprise D from Star Trek: The Next Generation has shut down following a cease and desist from CBS legal.
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 Stage 9 (not to be confused with the Stage 9 Productions, based out of Kingsland, Ga.) spent the last two years painstakingly recreating the interiors and the exterior of the famous Galaxy Class Starship that featured in the live action Star Trek series. Stage 9 (not to be confused with the Stage 9 Productions, based out of Kingsland, Ga.) spent the last two years painstakingly recreating the interiors and the exterior of the famous Galaxy Class Starship that featured in the live action Star Trek series.
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 This reproduction was in fact so comprehensive not only was it a more or less a complete duplicate of the entire ship right down to the exterior but it featured objects you could interact with, even fire a phaser. This reproduction was in fact so comprehensive not only was it a more or less a complete duplicate of the entire ship right down to the exterior but it featured objects you could interact with, even fire a phaser.
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 In a video posted to Stage 9’s YouTube September 26, 2018, the head of the project, Rob Bryan explained he had no choice but to end all future production on the reproduction and wipe their social media accounts after lawyers from CBS refused to budge on their cease and desist. In a video posted to Stage 9’s YouTube September 26, 2018, the head of the project, Rob Bryan explained he had no choice but to end all future production on the reproduction and wipe their social media accounts after lawyers from CBS refused to budge on their cease and desist.
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-So what went wrong for Stage 9, not knowing the exact details of the items CBS found objectionable it is hard to determine, however, after looking into this further we have picked up on what we think might be some of the issues that they faced.+<wrap lo>**WHAT HAPPENED** Stage 9 project head Rob Bryan explains how his 3-D Enterprise was shut down by CBS. <wrap lo indent>//[[yout>-0zycZdKymg|YouTube video/Stage 9]]//</wrap></wrap> 
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 +So what went wrong for Stage 9? Not knowing the exact details of the items CBS found objectionable it is hard to determine. However, after looking into this further we have picked up on what we think might be some of the issues that they faced.
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 Even having a disclaimer does not protect you from committing copyright infringement, although this does help show that you do respect the official rights holder's ownership. Even having a disclaimer does not protect you from committing copyright infringement, although this does help show that you do respect the official rights holder's ownership.
  
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 In conclusion, we at Treksphere feel the pain the team at Stage-9 must be feeling, as it is never easy seeing your work come to an end due to factors that are not in your direct control, we fully recognize CBS’s action in this matter and to be honest we can not blame them, after all it is their IP and they have to protect it. In conclusion, we at Treksphere feel the pain the team at Stage-9 must be feeling, as it is never easy seeing your work come to an end due to factors that are not in your direct control, we fully recognize CBS’s action in this matter and to be honest we can not blame them, after all it is their IP and they have to protect it.
  
 Nevertheless, regardless of the reasons CBS chose to shut down this production, we are saddened by what has transpired and we wish Rob and the team at Stage 9 all the best for their future endeavours and who knows what the future holds.{{page>footer}}{{tag>copyright fan_productions}} Nevertheless, regardless of the reasons CBS chose to shut down this production, we are saddened by what has transpired and we wish Rob and the team at Stage 9 all the best for their future endeavours and who knows what the future holds.{{page>footer}}{{tag>copyright fan_productions}}