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Argentina proposes 100-year extension on copyright for photography Copyright for photographic works may be extended from 20 years after publication to 70 years after the photographer’s death—an extension of an average of 120 years, reports civil liberties organisation Electronic Frontier Foundation. The proposed law, which could affect tens of thousands...

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