Open Access Advocates See End Of US Copyright Term Extension Act As Win For Commons | infojustice

AThomas's bookmarks 2019-02-25


"Open access advocates in the United States are celebrating the expiration, and non-renewal, of the Copyright Term Extension Act, which introduces into the public domain all works from 1923, and signals an end of the practice by US lawmakers to continually extend the terms of copyright protection."


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02/25/2019, 05:03

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02/25/2019, 00:03