The Mueller Report Can’t Be Copyrighted, Is Flagged by Copyright Bots Anyway | Electronic Frontier Foundation

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"Did you know that anything created by federal government employees, under American law, can’t be copyrighted? They go right into the public domain. That means it’s impossible for there to be any copyright infringement on, say, a report by the Special Counsel on the investigation into the President and his presidential campaign. But the copyright-enforcement bots on Scribd have been busy taking down copies of the Mueller report all the same...."


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Date tagged:

04/21/2019, 15:09

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04/21/2019, 11:09