Copyrights and Copywrongs: The Rise of Intellectual Property and how it Threatens Creativity
NYU Press, 2003 - 255 lappuses
An in-depth look at American copyright law and the flaws of its current legal framework
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He argued that the world in the twentieth century had grown so complex and diffuse , and questions of public concern required so much specialized knowledge ...
However , since 1909 , courts and corporations have exploited public concern for rewarding established authors by steadily limiting the rights of readers ...
There is no powerful property argument that can persuade a people concerned about rewarding " starving artists " not to grant the maximum possible ...
Yet there is no overriding concern for authorial " originality " as copyright law defines it . As American popular music grew steadily Africanized ...
These concerns were based on Jefferson's suspicion of concentrations of power and artificial monopolies . While in Paris in 1788 , Jefferson wrote to ...
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