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Author: Lewis Kurlantzick,Robert L. Bard
ISBN: 1572921315
Pages: 286 pages
Publisher: Austin & Winfield Publishers (October 1, 1998)
Language: English
Category: Intellectual Property
Size ePUB: 1352 kb
Size Fb2: 1322 kb
Size DJVU: 1158 kb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 105
Format: mbr lit mobi docx
Subcategory: Law

e-Book Copyright Duration epub download

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Copyright Duration is an in-depth and insightful study on an important topic that will have a direct bearing on American cultural development in the 21st century. Focusing on the ramifications of the European Union's Term Directive concerning copyright expansion, authors Robert Bard and Lewis Kurlantzick analyze the economic and political issues surrounding the expansion of copyright protection in the U.S. Copyright protection provides the legal framework for the creation and exploitation of scholarly and artistic works, but it is often inadequate for meeting the conflicting demands of producers and consumers. Bard and Kurlantzick examine how lengthening copyright protection will affect this dynamic and offer a public policy framework for analyzing copyright issues. This book is unique in that it not only addresses the question of copyright expansion, but also uses the topic as a vehicle to discuss broader issues concerning copyright protection, such as the role of international considerations and the political and analytical defects of American copyright policy-making. An indispensable resource for those working on the legal aspects of copyright protection, it will also be of great value to anyone who produces or consumes intellectual or artistic works, including computer software, music, drama, art and film.