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Katz on Copyright Collectives

University of Toronto law professor Ariel Katz posts about his latest paper on copyright collectives.

2 Comments

  1. Bob Morris says:

    This article is very selective in the evidence and examples that it reviews, and it seems that the conclusion was written first. It completely overlooks the need for most copyright owners to organize collectively, the impossibility in most cases of being able to get copyright clearances on a case-by-case basis – meaning that people rarely bothered and typically used material without permission, and the time savings of collective administration.

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    the impossibility in most cases of being able to get copyright clearances on a case-by-case basis – meaning that people rarely bothered and typically used material without permission, and the time savings of collective administration.