POLL: Will Disney allow the copyright on Mickey Mouse to expire? https://bit.ly/2qNCk9b
Mickey Mouse has been the exclusive property of The Walt Disney Company for over 90 years, thanks in part to its lobbying to extend US copyright terms. But in 2024, the House of Mouse is on track to lose control of its oldest creation to the public domain. AEI’s Michael Rosen explains how and why Disney may finally see a crack in its content armor.
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