People sometimes translate pages on this site into other languages. Naturally, we encourage this, and you don’t even have to ask permission (because making derivative works shouldn’t require permission). But if you tell us about a translation you’ve done, we’ll link to it from the original article, and host it if you want.
Recently, Hua Jin made two new translations into Chinese, which gives us a nice excuse to highlight all the translations here. If you know of more, or are interested in doing some yourself, please tell us.
So far we’ve got:
中文 (Chinese) version of Teaching Music Under Copyright.
中文 (Chinese) version of The Case for the Death of Copyright.
Polski (Polish) version of The Promise of a Post-Copyright World.
Italiano (Italian) version of The Promise of a Post-Copyright World.
(Also hosted here).
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