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[–] Lazmat 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Copyright for an artists work is typically 70 yrs, song, drawing, poem whatever the Jews and other Euro banker globalists tried to change this started mostly with R. R. Forman. In 1988, Warner/Chappell Music who copyrighted 'Happy Birthday' you never see Happy Birthday in a movie because you would have to pay a shit ton of money to use the song....most film, comicbook, tv characters should also be open source public domain, their original creators long dead Robin Hood, Octobriana, Zoro, Frankenstien should all be public domain as well as all music before the 1930s 40s. In the United States, any musical works published before 1922, in addition to those voluntarily placed in public domain, exist in the public domain. In most other countries, music generally enters the public domain in a period of fifty to seventy-five years after the composer's death