Public Domain, The: How to Find & Use Copyright-Free Writings, Music, Art & More

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NOLO, Apr 16, 2010 - Business & Economics - 484 pages
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Need content? Itís free for the taking!

Even though you've always been told otherwise, writers and artists can copy other peopleís work and get away with it. How? By dipping into the public domain, where everything is free for the taking.

The Public Domain is the only book that helps you find and identify what creative works are protected by copyright -- and what's not. The book provides specific information about:

  • writings
  • music
  • art
  • photography
  • architecture
  • maps
  • choreography
  • movies and video
  • software
  • databases
  • collections

    The 5th edition is crisper, fresher and completely updated with new case law, and includes information on the emergence of the "copyright commons." The book also provides hundreds of resources to help you find public-domain works.
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