|Other titles||Berne Convention and beyond|
|Statement||Sam Ricketson and Jane C. Ginsburg.|
|Contributions||Ginsburg, Jane C.|
|LC Classifications||K1412.2 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (lxxxvii, 1540 p.) ; $c 25 cm.|
|Number of Pages||1540|
|LC Control Number||2006276441|
Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Extensively revised and updated, the book offers a complete presentation of international conventions dealing with copyright and neighboring rights with special emphasis on the European Community. Comprehensive commentaries are provided on:Cited by: 8. Treatment of new international obligations with respect to technological protec-tion measures and copyright management information is given in Chapter 15; there is an enlarged discussion of related rights in Chapter 19 (taking particular account of the adoption of the WPPT in ); and private international law issues are dealt with in Chapter Brussels Act, Revised International Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works. Stockholm Act, Revised International Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works. Records of the International Conference for the Protection of Authors' Rights: Convened in Berne, September 8 to 19,
International copyright policymaking resembles a game of chess being played simultaneously on several boards Chapter 2 sets out the legal traditions and history of copyright, covering author’s rights and neighbouring rights, and copyright as a human right.5/5. The book contains a helpful compilation of relevant treaties and related materials, while a companion website to the book will supplement these with a collection of the travaux preparatoires of the Berne Convention : Sam Ricketson, Jane Ginsburg. I.e. photographs, such as snapshots, that are below the threshold of originality to merit copyright protection are given neighbouring rights protection. [..] The Norwegian copyright act does not address public domain directly. The Norwegian copyright law defines two basic rights for authors: economic rights and moral rights. This magisterial commentary deals both with the history and with the modern application of the major international agreements affecting copyright and related : Sam Ricketson, Jane Ginsburg.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents. PART I: THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT AND NEIGHBOURING RIGHTS CONVENTIONS Since the s over 50 countries have legislated in the field of copyright and neighbouring rights. Technological developments in broadcasting, cable systems, satellites, recording and video systems have made existing and new rights Author: Stephen M. Stewart. Extensive analysis of private international law matters also figures prominently in this edition, with a new chapter devoted to problems of international jurisdiction and choice of book contains a helpful compilation of relevant treaties and related materials, while a companion website to the book will supplement these with a collection. In copyright law, related rights (or neighbouring rights) are the rights of a creative work not connected with the work's actual author. It is used in opposition to the term " authors' rights ". Neighbouring rights is a more literal translation of the original French droits voisins.  .