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Copyfraud Author Meets “Creative America”

I recently blogged about Creative America, a content-industry organization that disseminates misinformation about copyright law. This afternoon, as I was crossing the campus at the University of Southern California following a talk about my book, I was stopped by a young woman with a clipboard who asked me if I had “five minutes to save […]

Content theft?

Owners of intellectual property often spread misinformation about the scope of the rights the law gives them. Various industries have promoted a misleading version of copyright law in which a copyright confers absolute control over a creative work and fair use and other limitations do not exist. “Creative America,” an initiative of big media, is […]