Mein Kampf & Copyright
Last month I reported on how copyright is used to prevent the publication of Hitler's Mein Kampf. Now the German magazine Der Spiegel runs a story on the issue, and at his blog Karl Lenz gives some additional insights on the copyright on illegal works. He seems to think that from a legal perspective there is nothing wrong with the use of copyright to prevent publication. One might disagree, but as I pointed out the sheer availability of Mein Kampf on the internet makes this prevention hardly effective.