Woolf’s works enter public domain
As the clock counted down to 2012, the estates of artists, creators, authors and composers prepared to see their incomes wane as copyright works slip out of protection
For those countries where rights holders enjoy protection for 70 years after the artist’s death – among them EU member states and Australia – 2012 will see works come into the public domain by British novelist Virginia Woolf, French essayist...
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