The rapid and exponential expansion of our ability to duplicate and disseminate information by digital means has rejuvenated inherent tensions in the law pertaining to copyright and has created some new ones. Not since the advent of radio in the early 1900s have such tensions come so squarely into focus. Even though courts are rarely, if ever, called upon to address certain of these tensions since the passage of the Copyright Act of 1976, they are being called upon to do so now
Shuff, John D. and Holtz, Geoffrey T.
"Copyright Tensions in a Digital Age,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 34
, Article 3.
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