The CLASSICS Act is Not a Reversal of Copyright Doctrine

As the world mourns the passing of Aretha Franklin, we need no further discussion about the value of recording artists. The anthem of a generation, […]

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Is the ACCESS Bill Mean-Spirited or Ill-Advised?

Last week, Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) suddenly—and I do mean suddenly—introduced a bill in the Senate that many of the usual copyright-haters are applauding as […]

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Jeers of a Clone: Doctorow Lies About the CLASSICS Act

If Cory Doctorow writes an article about copyright, “it’s only there trying to fool the public.” For instance, his recent missive about the CLASSICS Act […]

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Public Knowledge Attack on CLASSICS Act Typically Unsound

In my last post on this subject, I asked why an organization like Public Knowledge would criticize the CLASSICS Act when there is no apparent […]

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What does Public Knowledge have against the CLASSICS of music?

On April 25, a pretty extraordinary thing happened. Especially in a time of staggering political dysfunction, it was pretty impressive to see the House of […]

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