Copyright raises real and troubling free speech issues, and standard responses to those concerns are inadequate. This Article aims to put copyright in the context of other free speech doctrine. Acknowledging the link between copyright and free speech can help determine the proper contours of a copyright regime that both allows and limits property rights in expression, skewing the content of speech toward change.
42 B.C. L. Rev. 1-79 (2000)
Scholarly Commons Citation
Tushnet, Rebecca, "Copyright as a Model for Free Speech Law: What Copyright Has in Common with Anti-Pornography Laws, Campaign Finance Reform, and Telecommunications Regulation" (2000). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 278.