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Benoît Peeters: Copyright reform article

#1 · Posted: 11 Mar 2015 09:34
Copyright, the ins and outs of what it does and doesn't protect, and the perceived rights and wrongs of how it is applied, has been a topic we seem to have come back to time-and-time-again here on the forums.

Now noted French writer Benoît Peeters, whose seminal volume Le Monde d'Hergé/ Tintin and the World of Hergé is still a corner-stone of our field, has contributed a very measured interview looking at copyright and possible reforms to the current system.

It may sound like a dry subject, but it is well worth a look, and makes for interesting reading.

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