Do copyright laws incentivize artists to create in a way that benefits society as a whole, or do they discourage innovation by locking up culture for the financial benefit of a small minority? MIP asked a copyright owner and a pro-piracy campaigner to debate whether the copyright law balance has tipped too far in favour of rights holders. Christian Engström of the Swedish Pirate Party opens the correspondence, and Scott Martin of Paramount Pictures responds
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