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May 14, 2009


Peter, re: "Works published after 1922 in the countries listed in my previous post would receive a 95 year term of copyright." Just to be clear: so do restored works published after 1922 in all other countries (those not listed in the previous post), because their 75-year term would not have expired by 1998, and they thus did get the 20-year extension.

D'oh! I am going to give up on this topic - it clearly doesn't agree with me.

Thanks for the correction.

2038 or 2018? (1923+95=2018)

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