Feds Claim Private Copyright

Federal agencies can copy protected works after as few as 10 years, says a government attorney. The argument came in a landmark copyright dispute that saw millions of dollars’ worth of data sold by a federal board for as little as $150: “You can still own the house, but if the rules are that after five years some refugees can move in, then those are the rules”.

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