The Frightening Changes to U.S. Copyright Now Being Discussed

by Matthew Innis |

In this interview, Brad Holland, a founder of The Illustrators’ Partnership of America and a staunch defender of artists’ rights, offers a reasoned explanation about the proposed changes to American copyright currently being discussed in Washington.  The information is disturbing, and, should a bill with such new proposed stipulations be passed, it will negatively impact artists’ careers in…

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