The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a ruling this week to afford copyright protection to international works once considered 'public domain' . The ruling is a blow to a group of artists, film archivists and educators - backed by Google and others - who wheeled out the Constitution's 'Progress Clause' to try avoid the need for royalty payments on the works in question. MORE: Legal troubles are also befalling the estate of Gerry Rafferty , [...]
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