Brito on Wu on GBS

Last week I critiqued Tim Wu’s Slate piece on the GBS deal. One of Wu’s key arguments was that other companies are unlikely to scan orphan works because there just isn’t that much money in them. Jerry Brito points out that Wu had a different perspective on the value of “long tail” works in 2006.

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