That was my first point - copyright law is just too complex for us to easily agree on what applies here and what doesn't - and I drifted. Best to leave it be.
> The length of time that a copyright applies after the commercial life of a piece, or the life of its author, varies with the kind of work and even when it was completed. When a copyright is owned by a defunct corporation, or an active one that may have abandoned it, it becomes even more complicated.
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