OSC y los derechos de autor

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If a literary work’s copyright belongs to the human being who created it, then the copyright should last for the writer’s lifetime plus ten years – twenty if he has minor children at the time of his death.

But if the copyright is owned by a corporation or company, then the copyright should last fifteen years. Period. Done. After that, anybody can duplicate the copyrighted work without paying anything.

Orson Scott Card, en su columna Uncle Orson Reviews Everything del 6 de enero de 2008.