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Sherlock Holmes Now (Partly) In Public Domain in U.S.
"A federal judge has issued a declarative judgment stating that Holmes, Watson, 221B Baker Street, the dastardly Professor Moriarty and other elements included in the 50 Holmes works that Arthur Conan Doyle published before Jan. 1, 1923, are no longer covered by United States copyright law, and can therefore be freely used by others " The New York Times 12.27.13
Posted January 3, 2014 01:38 AM




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