With Prof. Neil Netanel discussing the history of Jewish Copyright Law.


With Prof. Neil Netanel (Pete Kameron Endowed Chair in Law at UCLA) discussing the history of Jewish Copyright Law.

We focused on Prof. Netanel's book, “From Maimonides to Microsoft: The Jewish Law of Copyright Since the Birth of Print” and discussed how it came to be, Book priviliges, Maharam Padua, the Rama, and the famous disagreement between Giustiniani & Bragadini, other various rabbinic “reprinting bans”, and more. 

To purchase the booK (the paperback is quite affordable so please disregard what I said on the podcast):

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