Wow I love this: today is the launch of the e. e. cummings free poetry archive! A project that shows what we can do when works enter the public domain.
Behind the scenes notes: https://twitter.com/palewire/status/1389214308400173064?s=19
And this is why the copyright term shouldn't be this obscenely long. Imagine a world in which copyright only lasts several years and is non-transferable. This would eliminate all of the abuse potential while retaining all of the good intentions. Piracy would become mostly unnecessary too — why torrent something when you could just legally get it for free if you wait a year or two?
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