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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Hart asks why EFF still dancing in Lenz v UMG.

I don’t know about you, but I’ve had my Internet service cut out from time to time, and I’m strongly considering suing my ISP for […]

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Terry Hart Rebuts Rebuttal of IIPA Report on Copyright

As usual, Terry Hart at Copyhype comes bearing wisdom and footnotes in his follow-up post on the IIPA Report indicating that copyright industries contribute substantially […]

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Strange Theater at the CATO Institute

“To keep up even a worthwhile tradition means vitiating the idea behind it which must necessarily be in a constant state of evolution: it is […]

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Turning Down the Noise

One of the things I truly love about the Internet’s influence on human psychology is that there seems to be something about the act of […]

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