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Death of Copyright is Greatly Exaggerated

Death of Copyright is Greatly Exaggerated

Forbes contributor Timothy B. Lee counters an earlier Forbes article which argued that copyright was dying and that SOPA is Congress’ necessary last-ditch effort to save it. Lee argues that the old way copyright owners exploited their work might be dying, but that new ways to make money from creative content are continually being developed.

Alexander Bussey

Alexander Bussey is a 3L at Fordham Law and the Senior Articles Editor of IPLJ Vol. XXIII. He has undergraduate degrees in studio art and biology, and hopes to pursue a career at the intersection of law and art.