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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11 For the same reason , the framers insisted that Congress be able to grant copyrights for a limited time only . They asserted that after authors had profited for a reasonable amount of time , their works should belong to the public ...
12 Since 1891 , the United States has signed a series of treaties that grant reciprocal copyright protection ... European nations have consistently granted a higher level of protection to authors and artists than American laws have .
The first federal copyright act saw it as a governmental grant or privilege . And that copyright was meant to prevent or limit a dangerous monopoly was central to the case of Wheaton v . Peters , the first major American copyright ...
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