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Old 06-22-2010, 04:01 PM   #3
dmaul1114
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Just need to find a middle ground. My vote is copyright is the creators lifetime, plus 10-15 years (to encourage late in life work and posthumous publication).

Get rid of copyright and quality will suffer as people produce less since they make less money off it. But the public domain is a good for society and needs to exist, so just a matter of having copyright law that's fair to content creators, but also allows for the public domain to exist.

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