Bound by Law?: Tales from the Public Domain

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CSPD, 2006 - Copyright - 72 pages
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Page 38 - While we might not assign a high rank to the parodic element here, we think it fair to say that 2 Live Crew's song reasonably could be perceived as commenting on the original or criticizing it, to some degree. 2 Live Crew juxtaposes the romantic musings of a man whose fantasy comes true, with degrading taunts, a bawdy demand for sex, and a sigh of relief from paternal responsibility.
Page 72 - all rights reserved" of traditional copyright to create a voluntary "some rights reserved
Page 39 - It is hard to imagine how Randall could have specifically criticized Gone with the Wind without depending heavily upon copyrighted elements of that book. A parody is a work that seeks to comment upon or criticize another work by appropriating elements of the original...
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