HART: Copyright and the Historical Record

In a new post on Copyhype, Terry Hart responds to the general assumption that the Founders would be “appalled” by the state of copyright today. […]

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Enough With the Legal Theories About Piracy

When it comes to enterprise-scale piracy, it would be great if those who advocate its existence would just make simple declarations like, “I want free […]

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Copyright Small Claims Proposals Address a Real Need

Photo source by Vaobullan It’s far easier to disagree with strident antagonists of copyright than it is to disagree with collegial defenders of the law.  […]

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Let’s Be Sure To Kill the Songwriters

I have said a few times on this blog that contemporary politics in the United States is increasingly reminiscent of the turbulent 19th century.  We […]

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How Napster Gave Us Donald Trump

I finally had a chance to read Move Fast and Break Things by Jonathan Taplin.  A former music manager and film producer from the period […]

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