This article argues the necessity of copyright law in preserving social order and analyzes digital content pricing and how it can be enforced. Author also discusses the economic effects of filesharing and the role marginal costs in curbing illegal filesharing. Ultimately, the article states that the existing property laws can be used to regulate digital content with some logical adjustments, and that copyright law is necessary to fairness to authors and the public in distribution and reproduction.
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