Friday, May 29, 2020

In Copyright, “Increased freedoms should not necessarily be equated with artistic progress.”

Artist and writer, Nate Harrison, pens a good argument regarding the Cariou v. Prince decision and how it, as I also have noted, does not necessarily signal not only a lazy approach to art making, but also does not align itself with US Copyright’s requirement that fair use promote the progress of the arts.

Great read.


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