November 4, 2002

INSPIRED by the popularity of Jim Lindgren’s article on Michael Bellesiles’ Arming America, the Yale Law Journal has started putting some of its articles online. Here is one, by Jed Rubenfeld on copyright law and the constitution, which concludes that “copyright’s central prohibition of piracy is fully constitutional, but its prohibition of unauthorized derivative works is not.”

“Freedom of imagination” plays an important role, too. Doesn’t Disney own the rights to that phrase?

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