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What if we could reimagine copyright?

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What if we could reimagine copyright?
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Publisher: ANU Press
ISBN-13: 9781760460815
Number of pages: 344

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What if we could start with a blank slate, and write ourselves a brand new copyright system? Taking this thought experiment as their starting point, the leading international thinkers represented in this collection reconsider copyright's fundamental questions: the subject matter that should be protected, the ideal scope and duration of those rights, and how it should be enforced.

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