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Napolean, the Opera, and How Copyright Encourages Creativity

For decades, the argument has been made that artists find inspiration from works in the public domain. Over the last several decades, though, corporations with big money involved in maintaining the copyright registrations to their intellectual property assets have fought hard to have the period of protection – and their rights – extended, keeping many beloved works from entering the public domain.  With each new extension of copyright registrations, there is an outcry against this […]

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