- Nov 13, 2014
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There's also the reverse problem of a company driving a series into the ground or letting it stagnate. A company could stop caring about a product and yet still release it just because it'll keep their hold on the product and any money it makes. But it's not like someone should be able to say "Nintendo isn't making Mario good anymore, therefore I should be able to make it better!" either.Is anyone discussing copyright laws concerned that if something become public domain, the original owner may not invest in it anymore?
I'm not sure I would be happy in a world where Nintendo didn't make Mario games, because they had little control over his public image . . .