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Culture > Copyright Bulletin > Doctrine and Opinions > The nature and scope of limitations and exceptions to copyright and neighbouring rights with regard to general interest missions for the transmission of knowledge: prospects for their adaptation to the digital environment
The nature and scope of limitations and exceptions to copyright and neighbouring rights with regard to general interest missions for the transmission of knowledge: prospects for their adaptation to the digital environment

 
October - December 2003

Contents

List of abbreviations

1. Introduction

2. Limitations on copyright
2.1 General remarks
2.2 Protection of freedom of expression
2.2.1 Quotations
2.2.2 Parodies
2.3 Dissemination of knowledge
2.3.1 Libraries and archives
2.3.2 Educational and research institutions
2.3.3 Handicapped persons

3. Limitations on copyright in the digital networked environment
3.1 General remarks
3.2 Adaptation of limitations to the digital environment
3.2.1 Libraries and archives
3.2.1.1 Document delivery services
3.2.1.2 Digitisation of works
3.2.2 Educational and research institutions
3.2.2.1 Classroom activities
3.2.2.2 Research activities
3.2.2.3 Distance learning activities
3.3 Technological protection measures
3.3.1 International obligations with respect to technological   protection measures
3.3.1.1 United States
3.3.1.2 Japan
3.3.1.3 Australia
3.3.1.4 European Union
3.3.2 Intersection between technological protection measures and limitations on  copyright
3.3.2.1 United States
3.3.2.2 Japan
3.3.2.3 Australia
3.3.2.4 European Union

4. Conclusion

5. Bibliography

  • Read article l_guibault_en.pdf / Periodical Website


    Author(s) Dr. Lucie Guibault under the supervision of Prof. Bernt Hugenholtz


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