Paul L. C. Torremans
The law embodies two contradictory sets of rights and interests pertaining to copyright and speech. On the one hand. stand authors' claims to deserve compensation and control over their works. On the other hand stand the public's claims to be free to build on and deploy the cultural works that pervade daily life.
Wendy J. Gordon,
Do We Have a Right to Speak with Another's Language? Eldred and the Duration of Copyright
Copyright and Human Rights
(Paul L. C. Torremans ed.,
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