Background: Golan v Holder tests copyright’s limits
The US Supreme Court has begun hearing a case that tests whether Congress has the power to confer copyright on works that are in the public domain
In Golan v Holder, the Court must answer two questions: First, whether taking works from the public domain is within Congress’s power as outlined in the “limited times” provision of the Copyright Clause.
Second, even if it were, did...
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