Acting Up Over ACTA, Dicing With DRM
This week we talk about why some works you thought were public domain might be back in copyright; why Wikipedia went dark; how a copyright law that did pass may affect you; school-book censorship; whether Amazon has gone all Capt. Jack Sparrow on us; why some publishing insiders are abandoning DRM; and a law that may stop some authors from writing for schools. Plus, we talk about why using twin stand-ins in your stories may not be a good idea.
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