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It’s a difficult legal claim because it’s not a slam-dunk either way. Disney doesn’t seem to have much to gain from a legal challenge – Banksy’s satirical work is well recognised and there seems to be little risk of confusion on the part of the public. It’s also a short-lived event and any legal claim will inevitably create negative press. That said, Disney might want to distance itself from some of the themes of the park if there was any possibility that the public did think it had endorsed the exhibition.

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