THE CASE FOR FIRST AMENDMENT LIMITS ON COPYRIGHT LAW

Scholars have felled many trees arguing for First Amendment limits on copyright rights. Seminal articles by Melville B. Nimmer, Paul Goldstein, Lionel S. Sobel and Robert C. Denicola first wrestled with the tension between free speech and copyright in the 1970s. Interest then waned until the early 1990s when a trickle of new articles quickly grew into a torrent of scholarship.

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