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By Ken Paulson, First Amendment Center
The Supreme Court just put a price tag on some formerly free speech.
In a 6-2 vote on Jan. 18, the Court upheld a 1994 law that extended copyright protection to foreign films, books, paintings and other art that had previously been in the public domain and available free to U.S. residents.
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