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Old 05-20-2011, 05:46 PM   #62
elcreative
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Why do we have to bring the government into a civil matter... copyright takes place at the act of creation... no need for a government (and doubtless expensive) database... if there's a post-facto problem over copyright and whether an item is PD then if a mistake is made then just compensate at normal commercial royalty rates...

By all means sort out and overhaul copyright law but what's the necessity to turn civil claims into criminal penalties...
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