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Here’s what could have entered the public domain in 2014

01
Jan
2014

Next year, not a single US copyright for a published work will expire. In fact, after two extensions in the 1970s and 1990s, virtually nothing will enter the public domain until 2019, and even that is assuming there arent any future changes in store. Instead, Duke University has pulled together a list of the most notable works that, under pre-1978 law, could have become free for public consumption, distribution, and adaptation on January 1st, 2014: Jack Kerouacs On The Road, Ayn Rands Atlas Shrugged, and The Cat in the Hat to name a few. …

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