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In response to the limitations placed on the study of James Joyce by his grandson (see this article in the New Yorker: http://www.newyorker.com/fact/content/articles/060619fa_fact),
the Stanford Center for Internet and Society has filed a lawsuit seeking a judgement that a website containing quotes from James Joyce and family members does not violate copyright law. The complaint, filed in the Northern District of California District Court, can be found here:

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Wanted to look at the frequently asked questions link above but it's not working.

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