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Copyright doesn’t make sense to everyone. Here’s why it should.

Last week, I attended the Second Annual Peter Jaszi Intellectual Property Lecture at the Washington College of Law at American University where Professor Bernt Hugenholtz delivered the distinguished lecture. Prof. Hugenholtz talked about copyright law in “author rights systems” in Europe and how these laws seemed to be evolving towards more flexible copyright exceptions — not full blown fair use ... Read More »