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40 Years of Copyright Law Changes

40 Years of Copyright Law Changes

Ah, 1971, the good old days when nobody, except for a small group of attorneys and judges, even knew that “intellectual property”(IP) referred to copyrights, patents and trademarks. More importantly, back in 1971, consumers had no means of infringing intellectual property unless they owned a record pressing plant, a printing press, a film processing machine, or some other manufacturing device. Flash forward to 2011 and anyone with a smart phone can copy Nolo books, podcasts and Nolo videos. Intellectual property…

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