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5 Important Copyright Questions Before U.S. Courts

Copyright is an ever-changing landscape, here are five cases to watch if you're interested in public domain, pre-1972 sound recordings and more! The post 5 Important Copyright Questions Before U.S. Courts appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
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