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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Twain pushes the senator to consider those authors who have been able to keep their books in print , despite having no financial reward for them once they enter the public domain . In this dialogue Twain makes an overt appeal to a sense ...
It entered the public domain . As their copyrights expired , artists had a strong incentive to produce new works to make money . Publishers could issue inexpensive editions of great works . New artists could borrow liberally for ...
The Call of the Wild was published in 1903 , so would not have entered the public domain until 1917. London first published Just Meat in Cosmopolitan in March 1907 , so it would have entered the public domain in 1928.
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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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