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Tue January 28, 2014
What Could Have Entered The Public Domain?
In the public domain, work can be freely shared online, translated into other languages, or republished and cheaply distributed.
But congressional extension of copyright regulations means no published works will enter the public domain until 2019. Host Frank Stasio speaks to James Boyle, law professor at Duke University and co-founder of Center for the Study of the Public Domain, about copyright law and the shrinking public domain.
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