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Culture > Copyright Bulletin > Doctrine and Opinions > Certain legal problems related to the making available of literary and artistic works and other protected subject matter through digital networks
Certain legal problems related to the making available of literary and artistic works and other protected subject matter through digital networks

 
January - March 2005

This study was prepared by Dr. Silke von Lewinski at the request of UNESCO Secretariat for the 13th Session of the Intergovernmental Copyright Committee which will take place in Paris, from 22 to 24 June 2005 at UNESCO Headquarters.


Table of Contents

1.   Introduction
1.1 Peer to Peer File-Sharing: Technical Background
1.2 Economic Aspects

2.   Copyright Issues at Stake
2.1 Subject Matter
2.2 Rights Involved in File-Sharing
2.3 Limitations and Exceptions
2.4 Liability Beyond the Primary Infringer
2.5 Jurisdiction and Applicable Law

3. Practical Problems and Strategies of Enforcement

4. Perspectives and Discussed Legislative Models in Respect of  Peer to Peer Networks
4.1 Business Models
4.2 Discussed Legislative Models

5. Conclusions

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    Author(s) Dr Silke von Lewinski
    Periodical Name Copyright Bulletin


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