« physiological stress detection using wearable data? | Main | on the delta surge in europe »

November 30, 2021


The "I have a dream" speech is copyrighted, controlled by the MLK estate. You would think its words should be part of the common language of mankind, especially given the very public venue where it was delivered. But the MLK estate claims they need copyright control to prevent say, Qanaon t-shirts from mis-representing (and profiting), off King's words. And yes, to raise money for the King estate. So perhaps similar motivations drove the Salk attorneys.

The comments to this entry are closed.