Watch Last Week’s Copyright vs. Creativity Panel at NYU Law!

September 30, 2014
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RRHAG NYU-final2During CBLDF’s event-filled Banned Books Week, Executive Director Charles Brownstein joined a panel last Tuesday at the NYU School of Law entitled “Copyright vs. Creativity: Is Intellectual Property Reserved for the 1%?” Along with Ricky Rouse Has a Gun author Jörg Tittel and NYU Law professors Christopher Sprigman and Barton Beebe, Brownstein discussed whether copyright has lost one of its principle functions: to protect authors and original ideas. Watch the video of the event below!

Copyright vs. Creativity: Is Intellectual Property Reserved for the 1%? from Oiffy on Vimeo.

In case you missed anything in the flurry of articles last week, here is a roundup of comics-related Banned Books Week coverage, much of it featuring CBLDF board members or staff. Thanks again to everyone who helped to raise awareness of comics censorship last week!

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Contributing Editor Maren Williams is a reference librarian who enjoys free speech and rescue dogs.

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