Bound By Law: Tales from the Public Domain
by J. Boyle, J. Jenkins, K. Aoki
Publisher: Center for the Study of the Public Domain 2006
Number of pages: 78
This graphic novel is an excellent introduction to copyright law. The authors, all law professors, wanted to make copyright accessible for everyone in a form other than a law-review article. The 'plot' revolves around Akiko, a filmmaker who wants to capture a day in the life of New York City...
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