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Creativity Springs From Careful Copying (Part 2)

Date: December 28, 2012
Author: William F. Patry Esq.
QUOTE: Record companies, book publishers, movie studios and other media corporations are caught up in efforts to equate all copying of their works with theft. In fact, if we genuinely want to promote creativity, we must encourage copying. The idea that people copy because they lack creativity is powerfully harmful, and it runs counter to the history of copyright.

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