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Mr. Patry argues that copyright laws have been subverted by entrenched interests.
One thing about the review of Patry's books is that you can usually tell which ones you should ignore by the amount of vitriol or condescension in them.
How we get rid of these defects would have been a far more worthwhile use of the remaining pages in this than the copyleft truisms that occupy them.
This in-depth examination of copyright law deals with a topical, but often little-understood, commercial issue in an authoritative way. Read morePublished on June 1, 2012 by Rolf Dobelli
This book was infuriating.
The "evidence" presented is fatally wounded by a rather strict music industry-wide perspective. Read more
If I write, film, act in, play something etc. I can sell my right to your viewing of my work for whatever price I decide - not you. Read morePublished on January 3, 2012 by Terence Peck
By Cory Doctorow:
William Patry is no copyright radical. He's the author of some of the major reference texts on copyright, books that most copyright lawyers would have... Read more