Thank you for correcting me on Mexico. Do you hear a lot about enforcement down there? My jot was not necessarily at the literal life of copyright, but the enforcement of it during it's time.MikeHalloran wrote: ↑04 Sep 2018, 22:00Incorrect. It's Mexico @ 100 years
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_c ... ht_lengths
Disney had little to do with this. The EU Parliament, however, did.... no small thanks to Mickey and the folks at Disney.
http://illusionofmore.com/mousetrap-cop ... eep-story/
In my case, every word. I worked on it in 1976 and make my living enforcing some of its provisions.In what detail have you read the Copyright Act of the US?
I don't go into my work — perhaps when I retire in a few years. Any comments I make on the subject are likely to be accompanied by links.
https://alj.orangenius.com/mickey-mouse ... right-law/
This is what I was referring to considering copyright law. Are you saying that Disney had no stake in lobbying and pushing for copyright reform when revisions to copyright were being enacted?