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Freedom of Expression and Copyright, The Foundations of All Liberties

I like creeps

Abstract:

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 The commentaries and presentations that are published separately in a Kindle edition represent in size about 40% of the size of this volume of documents. These commentaries and presentations contain about 154,000 words with a 5,740-word synthetic introduction as compared to 443,000 words in this volume of documents. I would advise you to get to this Kindle volume launched on March 15, 2017. This Kindle volume contains a lot of complementary resources on various legal aspects or national systems necessary to assess the future of Copyright in the world.
 
 (P.4 Preliminary Note
 P.5 Table of Contents
 P.9 Charter of Liberties of Henry I, 1100
 P.11 Magna Carta, The Great Charter of English liberty granted (under considerable duress) by King John at Runnymede on June 15, 1215
 P.17 Medieval Torture and Punishment
 P.29 The 10 Most Gruesome Torture Techniques From Medieval Europe
 P.36 THE CHARTER OF KURUKAN FUGA (1235–1236) (By SIRIMAN KOUYATE)
 P.39 William Wallace (1272–23 August 1305)
 P.39 Blind Harry’s Wallace, by William Hamilton of Gilbertfield, introduction by Elspeth King and Illustrations by Owain Kirby, reviewed by Sharma Krauskopf and rated
 P.42 UTOPIA, Sir Thomas MORE

Fine particles did not exist really in those distant days

P.79 Stationers Company Charter Granted by Philip and Mary and confirmed by Elizabeth I. [1557]
 P.82 John STUBBS, The Discovery of a Gaping Gulf Whereinto England is like to be Swallowed by Another French Marriage, if the Lord Forbid Not the Banes, by Letting Her Majesty See the Sin and Punishment Thereof.
 P.84 WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, Titus Andronicus
 P.137 The King’s Majesty’s Declaration to His Subjects Concerning Lawful Sports to Be Used (1633) 
 P.141 The Petition of Right 1628
 P.143 A DECREE OF STAR CHAMBER CONCERNING PRINTING. MADE JULY 11, 1637.
 P.153 The Root and Branch Petition (1640)
 P.157 June, 1643, An Ordinance for the Regulating of Printing.
 P.159 AREOPAGITICA, A SPEECH OF Mr. JOHN MILTON 1644 For the Liberty of UNLICENC’D PRINTING, To the PARLAMENT of ENGLAND.
 P.177 LEVIATHAN (Excerpts) By Thomas Hobbes 1651
 P.201 The Declaration of Breda, (1660)
 P.202 Charles II, 1662, An Act for preventing the frequent Abuses in printing seditious treasonable and unlicensed Bookes and Pamphlets and for regulating of Printing and Printing Presses.
 P.201 Habeas Corpus Act (1679)
 P.214 BILL OF RIGHTS (1689)
 P.218 The Statute of Anne (1710)
 P.221 Witchcraft Act of 1736
 P.223 MARRIAGE AND LIFE EXPECTANCY,HARDWICKE’S MARRIAGE ACT 1753
 P.227 The Case of JAMES SOMMERSETT, a Negro, on a Habeas Corpus, King’s Bench: 12 GEORGE III. A.D. 1771–72.
 P.230 Donaldson v. Beckett, Proceedings in the Lords on the Question of Literary Property, February 4 through February 22, 1774
 P.251 UNITED STATES DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE IN CONGRESS, JULY 4, 1776
 P.253 UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION (September 17, 1787)
 P.258 UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENTS 1–10 (December 15, 1791) « Bill of Rights »
 P.259 UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION, AMENDMENTS 11–27 (February 7, 1795- May 7, 1992)
 P.264 COPYRIGHT IN THE USA, A TIMELINE, SUMMARY AND COMMENT. From 1787 to 2006
 P.266 1st Copyright Law of the USA, enacted during the 2nd session of the 1st Congress, May 31, 1790, signed by President George Washington
 P.268 THE SCARLET LETTER, 1850, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
 P.345 EREWHON, OR OVER THE RANGE, Samuel Butler, 1872
 P.422 Copyright Law, By Mark F. Radcliffe and Diane Brinson of DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary

That’s what I could call a scar

P.425 U.S. Code: Title 17 — COPYRIGHTS
 P.429 WIPO Copyright Treaty (adopted in Geneva on December 20, 1996)
 WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty (WPPT) (adopted in Geneva on December 20, 1996)
 P.445 Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act. S.505 One Hundred Fifth Congress of the United States of America AT THE SECOND SESSION
 P.450 The Campaign Against the Mickey Mouse Act, A sample of reactions
 P.459 UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT, ERIC ELDRED ET AL v. JOHN D. ASHCROFT, ATTORNEY GENERAL — CASE N° 01–618
 P.504 Copyright Royalty and Distribution Reform Act (2004)
 P.524 The Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act — Various Critical Resources 
 • First Document, Copyright case threatens Disney, David Teather in New York, The Guardian, Wednesday 20 February 2002 02.24 GMT
 • Second Document, 10th anniversary of the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act: Can the good guys overturn it? (October 29th, 2008)
 • Third Document, Opposing Copyright Extension, A Forum for Information on Congress’s Recent Extension of the Term of Copyright Protection and for Promoting the Public Domain
 • Fourth Document, freeculture.org, STUDENTS FOR FREE CULTURE — MANIFESTO
 • Fifth Document, Cereal Solidarity brought to you by freeculture.org
 • Sixth Document, Lawrence Lessig’s Supreme Showdown, STEVEN LEVY, MAGAZINE, DATE OF PUBLICATION: 10.01.02
 • Seventh Document, Art History Club, Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act
 • Eighth Document, CEPR, Center for Economic and Policy Research, “The Artistic Freedom Voucher: An Internet Age Alternative to Copyrights,” Dean Baker, November 5, 2003
 P.541 FAIR USE, Documentary Filmmakers’ Statement of Best Practices in Fair Use (November 2005)
 • FIRST APPROACH, WILLIAM F. PATRY — PATRY ON FAIR USE — 2014 EDITION
 • SECOND APPROACH, PATRICIA AUFDERHEIDE & PETER JASZI — RECLAIMING FAIR USE — 2011
 • THIRD APPROACH, DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKERS

Europe sending itself to the moon

Research Interests: Music, Censorship, Intellectual Property, Medieval History, Public Domain, Copyright, Torture, Freedom Of Expression, Artistic Research, Authorship, Fair Use, Copyright and Fair Use Doctrine, and European Copyright Law &