Stanford Law Prof Tries to Rein in Copyright Laws

Stanford prof tries to lessen the duration of out‐of‐control copyright extensions.

Lawrence Lessing, Stanford law prof, will be arguing Eldred vs Ashcroft before the Supreme Court, asking the justices (four of whom are Stanford alumni) to lessen the duration of copyright protection.

[note–edited for usage (thanks to Andrew for catching a homonym error!)]

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  1. Are you certain that Lessing wants to “reign” in copyright laws? That would mean that he is the supreme ruler of copyright laws, I think. Or does he want to “rein in” copyright laws — as in provide more restraint? 🙂

    Great blogging. 🙂

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