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+ - Supreme Court allows public domain foreign works t->

Submitted by larry bagina
larry bagina (561269) writes "“Nothing in the historical record, congressional practice, or our own jurisprudence warrants exceptional First Amendment solicitude for copyrighted works that were once in the public domain.” That's the Supreme Court's reasoning for allowing public domain works to be locked up under copyright again."
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