From here to eternity—a copyright conundrum

24-04-2020

Rory O'Neill

From here to eternity—a copyright conundrum

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Copyright is by far the most durable of all IP rightsthe life of the artist, plus at least 50 years, according to the 1886 Berne Convention. Some countries, including the US, UK, and France, have extended this to 70 years after an artist’s death.


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