FLASH: Duke Acquires Public Domain ...
As if the NCAA weren't enough, there's this! Thanks to Volokh for the tip.
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Jonathan Dresner - 4/1/2004
I've often wondered to what extent education is the property of the student, the teacher or the institution. It's traditionally considered the student's property, but I think proper and rigorous application of intellectual property law could render students licensees of skills and content.
I read a story in Fantasy and Science Fiction a few years back in which singing was illegal, because it was impossible to sing without violating someone's intellectual property rights.
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