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The Future of Copyright in a Digital Environment

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ISBN13: 9789041102676
ISBN: 9041102671
Published: July 1996
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Paperback
Price: £123.00

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This work is aimed at those with an interest in the challenges to copyright posed by the Internet and the emerging information superhighway. It contains a collection of papers, written by copyright scholars and practitioners, presented at the colloquium on The Future of Copyright in a Digital Environment in Amsterdam on July 6-7, 1995. This colloquium was organized by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences (KNAW) and the Institute for Information Law at the University of Amsterdam.;This collection of papers covers topics which include: the scope of protected rights on the information superhighway; the application of exemptions and limitations; the collective administration of rights, resolving conflicts of law in an environment where territoriality is obsolete; alternatives to copyright protection; and designing copyright for the future.

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Copyright Being Washed Away Through the Electronic Sieve. Some Thoughts on the Impending Copyright Crisis; E.J. Dommering. The Economics of Emergent Property Rights on the Internet; E. Mackaay. Conflicts of Law in Cyberspace: International Copyright in a Digitally Networked World; P.E. Geller. Copyright Exemptions Old and New. Learning from Old Media Experiences; D.J.G. Visser. The Cable and Satellite Analogy; T. Dreier. The Copyright Approach to Copying on the Internet: (Over) Stretching the Reproduction Right? J.H. Spoor. Adapting Copyright to the Information Superhighway; P.B. Hugenholtz. Intellectual Property and the National and Global Information Infrastructures; B. Lehman. Towards a Global Solution: The Digital Agenda of The Berne Protocol and the New Instrument. The Rorschach Test of Digital Transmission; M. Ficsor. The Answer to the Machine is in the Machine; C. Clark. Collective Administration of Electronic Rights: A Realistic Option? F. Melichar. Copyright and Related Rights in the Information Society; P. Vandoren. Selling Wine Without Bottles. The Economy of Mind on the Global Net; J.P. Barlow. Putting Cars on the ""Information Superhighway"": Authors, Exploiters and Copyright in Cyberspace; J.C. Ginsburg. Colloquium Discussions; M. de Cock Buning, J. Haeck. The Future of Copyright in a Digital Environment Summary of Discussion; P. Goldstein.