Tech executives agree US copyright law is making a horrible mess
Whether you're a college student, an engineer, or an executive in charge of a huge tech company, there's a growing consensus that U.S. patent and copyright law is badly out of touch with reality. A new report by Rutgers University law school professor Michael Carrier, details 30 interviews with CEOs and other high-level executives in the tech industry. It found overwhelming evidence that content holders have created a messy state of affairs for U.S. copyright law; a mess which is both stymying technology and hurting the content holders themselves.
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