Dead Celebrities and Dead Presidents: Round 2

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Following up on Geoff's post on the recent New York federal district court decision finding that Indiana's privacy statute (and, in passing, New York's as well) does not grant celebrities post-mortem publicity rights, the New York State Assembly and Senate now have pending before them legislation to revive dead celebrities -- or, more precisely, to give heirs the ability to turn dear old mom into hard cash.  In my other life (which also includes the pen name Michael Baron), I am a member of the Authors Guild, which has launched a campaign opposing enactment of the legislation.  Check it out.
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