Countering the perception that speech limitations affecting distribution necessarily reduce access to information, this Essay proffers that copyright expansions actually can increase access and thereby serve important copyright and First Amendment values. In doing so, this discussion contributes to the growing literature and two recent Supreme Court opinions discussing whether copyright law and First Amendment interests can coexist.
Brad A. Greenberg,
Tollbooths and Newsstands on the Information Superhighway,
Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review
Available at: http://repository.law.umich.edu/mttlr/vol20/iss1/4