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Maryland proposal to claim copyright on students' work prompts backlash, legal review

Via » Submitted On Tue, 02/12/2013 - 3:37pm by Logan Albright

Sorry Suzie. That tri-colored macaroni necklace you made with gobs of glue stuck to the side could soon belong to the state of Maryland. A proposal recently floated by the Prince George's County Board of Education would give them the copyright to anything created by teachers, students and employees before, during and after school hours.


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