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Re: filmscanners: open and control

In a message dated 6/6/01 6:26:37 pm, brian.rumary@virgin.net writes:

<< In most of the world 
artistic copyright now extends to 70 years after the death of the author. The 
copyright can be sold or transferred to another person or a company, or 
passed to the authors descendants but it still only extends to the 70 years 
after the death of the original author or creator. Copyright on such things 
as the Coca-Cola trademark goes on for ever, or at least for as long as it is 
still in use.

Brian Rumary, England >>

Dear Brian

My bets are that copyright will keep on being extended to equal a period ten 
to twenty years more than the time since Walt Disney's death. 

Bob Croxford



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