Advocacy groups knock ‘unjust’ copyright-extending CLASSICS Act

What CLASSICS is intended to do is endow pre-1972 works with a semblance of federal copyright, helping eliminate this arbitrary line on how music is licensed. Sounds good, right? And it mostly is. But there’s a catch — or perhaps two catches.

Source: Advocacy groups knock ‘unjust’ copyright-extending CLASSICS Act

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