Argentinian Politicians Want to Increase Copyright on Photographs to 100 years

A filmmaker, turned national deputy for the city of Buenos Aires in Argentina has just past a draft bill that could see a photograph’s copyright increased from 20 years after its first┬ápublication to 70 years after the photographer’s death. The bill, if brought into law would be applied retroactively and have wide ranging implications for creatives and consumers alike.

Liliana Mazure

Lilliana Mazure (pictured) pushed Continue reading

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