Copyrights on works from 1927, including Arthur Conan Doyle’s short story collection The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes, have expired, making the works open to the public to legally share, perform, reuse, repurpose, or sample without permission or cost. What do you think?
“Just a few more years until I can have him meet the Smurfs.”
Ned Chase, Systems Analyst
“Glad I can finally use deductive reasoning without getting sued.”
Herschel Pennucci, Meat Grader
“I guess Hollywood can finally start making their Sherlock movies and TV shows now.”
Yvonne Caughran, Loom Technician