Paul Heald

University of Illinois, College of Law

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Professor at the University of Illinois’ College of Law, where he specializes in patent, copyright and intellectual property law

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A survey of Amazon.com shows there are three times more books now available from the 1850’s than there are from the 1950’s. How is that possible?

Does Copyrighting Books Make Them Vanish?

A survey of Amazon.com shows there are three times more books now available from the 1850’s than there are from the 1950’s. How is that possible?

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