Tuesday, June 13, 2006

 

Copyright Distension

The grandson of James Joyce, Stephen Joyce is probably the best argument for the public domain that I've yet come across. While I agree with a lot of his statements about academia, his antagonism to fair use and nonprofit performance is pretty damned appalling.

Just for the record, my kids are going to be taken care of, and I want them to benefit from any lingering financial value my work might generate after I'm gone. As for my grandkids, they're on their own.

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