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Fair Use In The U.S. Economy: Economic Contribution of Industries Relying on Fair Use

Computer & Communications Industry Association, 09/04/2010


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Resource IDccia2010
Resource titleFair Use In The U.S. Economy: Economic Contribution of Industries Relying on Fair Use
Author(s)Thomas Rogers, Andrew Szamosszegi
Publication/ sourceComputer & Communications Industry Association
Date published09/04/2010
Summary text/ abstractAs policy makers focus on how to promote innovation and economic growth, the subject of intellectual property (IP) is frequently raised. While IP is not the only – nor necessarily the best – means to promote innovation in any given case, its expansion is a means frequently urged upon Congress. But at what cost? How much is the economy affected by where the boundaries of intellectual property are drawn? This report employs the latest data available to answer a very important question: what contribution is made to our economy by industries that depend on the limitations to copyright protection when engaged in commerce? As this report shows, such industries make a huge contribution.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Economics, FOSS & Linux, Politics
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