bresna Posted September 12, 2011 Report Share Posted September 12, 2011 I've saying for years that the EU copyright limit would change for The Beatles but this is ridiculous! 1963 is the cut off? Really? The exact year that the first Beatles LPs were cut? Oooh, that's a surprise. Why didn't the EU simply create a Beatles exception? The US copyright law revision has been termed the "Mickey Mouse Law". I see no reason why this shouldn't be called "The Beatles Law". And BTW, when The Beatles come up to the 70 year limit in another 20 years, watch how quickly the EU changes it to match the US's 95 years. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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