Tuesday, June 01, 2010
Hitler Asserts His Postmortem Rights of Publicity
Not the fake Hitler, the real one, showing why copyright should not last forever and why rights of publicity should die with the person.
Labels: copyrigh law, copyright infringement, fair use doctrine, mashups, parody, post-mortem rights of publicity, rights of publicity
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