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The term of copyright protection should be reduced.

Copyright’s excessive length and lack of formalities makes it harder to access our shared knowledge and culture. There is no evidence that copyright protection that extends decades beyond the life of the creator encourages the production of copyright protected works. Instead, the requirement to obtain permission for the use of works by creators that have long since died is one of the biggest obstacles to providing universal access to our shared culture and knowledge. Given the above, the term of copyright protection should be reduced.

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