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Old 06-22-2010, 08:20 PM   #12
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The only problem I have with that idea is how would it be applied to copyrights held by corporations, especially for works by collective artists, such as movies? Mayhap a fixed lifespan of a copyright, say 90 years, with no renewal? That would cover most creators lifetimes plus some yet would end the endless copyrights that seem to be the norm now, especially for large corporations like Disney.
Yeah, something like that.

We need a different type of copyright law for those held by corporations than those held by individuals for sure since death obviously doesn't work for corporations.

Something like fixed 75-90 years probably works when you figure most of the creators are going to be in their early 20s or older if they're writing, directing, producing etc.

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