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(2010) Vol 15, No 3 Introduction Why the protection of existing interests of right holders should not be treated as synonymous with encouraging new copyright works An alternative approach Abridgements and translations Cases held to be not involving abridgements or translations The result The US balancing exercise: what led to the focus on the rights holder? An assumption that protecting the interests of right holders is synonymous with the interests of publishers In the UK: the focus on the publisher The US position in relation to the author/publisher divide ...
An historical solution to the legal challenges posed by peer-to-peer file sharing and digital rights management technology
- Edited by:
- Dr Peter Coe
- Bloomsbury Professional
- Publication Date:
- February 2023
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