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In this short essay, a comment on Rebecca Tushnet's Payment in Credit: Copyright Law and Subcultural Creativity, 70 Law & Contemporary Problems 133 (2007), I argue that scholars have undervalued the copyright interests of readers, listeners and viewers. Contemporary scholarship ignores the central importance of audience interests in the copyright scheme; it treats the question of whether a use of copyrighted material should be lawful almost entirely by adopting the viewpoint of the copyrightdoi:10.17605/osf.io/7r9fp fatcat:qrayjotj3rddlmpqdg5jrcfmty