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The Eric Eldred Act

Larry Lessig has a great idea (found via boing boing): levy a "tiny tax" on copyrights after 50 years. If the tax isn't paid, copyright lapses and the work moves into the public domain. Excellent.

Larry's blog entry on the topic.

Larry's New York Times op-ed on the idea.

A FAQ on the "Eric Eldred Act".

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