Some notes on Capitol Records, Inc. v Naxos of America Inc.
by BRENDAN SCOTT
Groklaw, publication date: 13 April 2005
"The losers in the case aren't just Naxos, he points out. The losers are us, as Pogo might put it, the public. Now access to this rich cultural heritage is exclusively for those with money and only at the record company's whim. What happened to the public's interest in all this? Whose culture is it? Is there to be no public domain left at all? Is it going too far to opine that the record companies have become the enemies of culture?