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.
We are all April Fools (especially those of us with tribbles on our shoulders)!