Copyrights and Copywrongs: The Rise of Intellectual Property and How it Threatens Creativity
NYU Press, 2001 - 243 lappuses
An in-depth look at American copyright law and the flaws of its current legal framework
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Each time Edison released a film , he sent it to be registered as a photograph in the Library of Congress . After all , his lawyers figured , a motion picture was nothing but a series of photographs projected on a screen .
Congress has not had to go back and add language to the code every time someone invented a new machine . ... It is argued that the law construed as we have construed it goes beyond the power conferred upon Congress by the Constitution ...
Congress set about rewriting American copyright laws . The first attempt at wholesale revision , in 1906 , had failed , despite the testimony of luminaries such as Mark Twain in support of the bill . But by 1909 , Congress was ready to ...
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The author, a media scholar and cultural historian, presents a reasoned and compelling argument for "thin" copyright policy. Vaidhyanathan traces the evolution of copyright law, arguing that it has ... Lasīt pilnu pārskatu
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