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crazy, the only movies are the old copyrighted ones
no new movie, has been made in the last 30 some years because of these copyright laws no new book has been written no new music made
we are forced to keep on buying the same old movies over and over
It's not about being able to create new stuff. It's about ensuring unhindered access of our culture and knowledge to our children. Just imagine the possibilities if you can search, catalog and read/view/listen through hundreds of works by artistes who're dead for years, and build upon them. The current copyright law only benefits the greedy corporates, so much creativity is lost just because of that.