Friday, May 28, 2010
Fair Use Fridays: The Disney Trap: How Copyright Steals our Stories
Discourse on the nature of parody, the public domain, James Joyce's Ulysses and copyright law.
Labels: copyright infringement, copyright law, disney, fair use doctrine, james joyce, public domain, ulysses
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