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What the Teutonic OCD micromanagers at artnet get wrong about American copyright law becomes obvious as they hyperventilate over dazzling Artworks From 1925 that are finally in the Public Domain.

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The beginning of every new year is an opportunity to think about new beginnings.

It’s also known, in some intellectual property circles, as Public Domain Day—the day on which, in the United States, the copyright expires on artworks created 95 years earlier. (Before the passage of the Sonny Bono Copyright Extension Act in 1998, copyright only extended for a period of 75 years.)

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