Dr. King did one thing to protect his speech from being used or censored in any way by protecting it under copyright. Thus, despite millions of people attending the public delivery of the speech in Washington fifty years ago today, despite radio, televsion broadcast over the world networks. Well, the rights were sold to EMI, then to SONY. So, now Sony has the ownership rights and is not letting go. But, if you want to see the entire speech, go to http://www.fightforthefuture.org/mlk. The Fight for the Future wants to free up the speech and argues copyright should not hold this from being released. Fee at last? Fee at last? FREE at last!