Rosen, Jeffrey
July 2001
New Republic;7/9/2001 & 7/16/01, Vol. 225 Issue 2/3, p14
Focuses on the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court, which ruled that freelance writers' rights are violated when their work is posted on the Internet without payment of royalties. Assertion that neither freelancers nor the public will benefit from the Court's decision; Provisions of copyright law; Justice Stephen Breyer's dissenting opinion; Concerns that the overly expansive protection of authors' and publishers' rights is dangerous.


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