Copyright law should protect authors by promoting the creation and dissemination of works for the advancement of knowledge. Current practice in science does not really protect authors, nor does it help for the advancement of knowledge.


Cutting copyright (back) down to 50 years after publication would be a good start, I think :)

Tom Scott made a nice docu-explainer on this a while ago:


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