The following resources offer related information for further exploration of art and copyright, but by no means are they to be considered affiliates or endorsers of The Marilyn Manifesto:

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe Official Website

Marilyn Monroe Official Facebook Page

IMDB – Marilyn Monroe

Andy Warhol

The Andy Warhol Museum

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

Wikipedia – Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol
by David Dalton, The New York Times


Webexhibits: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Prints

Copyright & Intellectual Property

Copyright Law of the United States of America

Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States

Wikipedia – Digital Millennium Copyright Act

Copyright Alliance

World Intellectual Property Organization

Critiquing Copyright Canards by Patrick Ross (PDF)

Copyleft & Licensing

World’s Fair Use Day

Electronic Frontier Foundation

Computer & Communications Industry Association

Creative Commons

Students for Free Culture

Fight for the Future

Free Bieber

American Censorship Day

Free Art License 1.3

Chilling Effects

Appropriation Art


U.S. Census Bureau International Database

Dead Celebrities & Right of Publicity

Forbes – 2010 Top Earning Dead Celebrities

Forbes – 2009 Top Earning Dead Celebrities

Wikipedia – Personality rights

Wikipedia – Celebrities Rights Act

Artist’s Rights Society

CMG Worldwide

Authentic Brands Group

The Official Mark Roesler Website

Newsmakers & Lawmakers

An Agent for Dead Celebrities
by Jake Halpern, NPR, 29 August 2005

In death, will Michael Jackson be more profitable?
by Lisa Respers, CNN, 01 July 2009

Mashup Artist Calls for Changes in Copyright Law
by Grant Gross, IDG News, 12 January 2010

Right Of Publicity Is Not Copyright: Free Speech Pitfalls For Comic Book Artists, Publishers & Sellers
by Geoff Gerber, The Anchor Plat, 04 February 2010

Who Owns Your E-Book of ‘War and Peace’? Probably Not You
by Jeffrey D. Neuburger, PBS MediaShift, 13 August 2010

Vampire Weekend album cover Contra-versy continues
by Sean Michaels, Guardian News, 26 August 2010

Astronaut sues Dido over album cover
by Sean Michaels, Guardian News, 08 October 2010

Monroe stages comeback
Winnipeg Free Press, 30 January 2011

Dead-Celebrity Dealmaker Salter Buys Marilyn Monroe Name
by Jonathan Keehner and Lauren Coleman-Lochner, Bloomberg, 12 January 2011

The Stolen Scream: A Story About Noam Galai + Global Copyright

Golan v. Holder (Golan v. Gonzales)

Next chapter in recopyright law: Supreme Court
by John Ingold, The Denver Post, 08 March 2011

SOPA: What does it mean for artists?
by Maura Judkis, The Washington Post, 17 November 2011

Why the Marilyn Monroe Estate Paid $3 Million For Photos of the Film Legend
by Eriq Gardner, The Hollywood Reporter, 26 January 2012

Could Pinterest become the next Napster?
by Therese Poletti, MarketWatch, 31 March 2012

To Singers, Ad Sounds Too Familiar
by James C. McKinley Jr., The New York Times, 07 June 2012

Helping Beach House Plead Their Case Against Volkswagen
by amrit, Stereogum, 08 June 2012

Marilyn Monroe Estate Threatens Legal Action Over Hologram
by Eriq Gardner, The Hollywood Reporter, 11 June 2012

Hologram Marilyn Monroe Hits a Legal Snag
by Molly Oswaks, Gizmodo, 12 June 2012

Internet shocker: Kindness wins
by Mary Elizabeth Williams, Salon, 12 June 2012

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