5 Unusual Ways Works Can Enter the Public Domain — Plagiarism Today

The date January 1, 1926 is something of a magical date for those that follow copyright. As of this year (2021), all works published before that date are broadly considered to have entered into the public domain and are free to be copied, built upon and otherwise used without a license.

5 Unusual Ways Works Can Enter the Public Domain

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