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Culture > Copyright Bulletin > The Persistence of Piracy: the Consequences for Creativity, for Culture, and for Sustainable Development. In English, French and Spanish.
The Persistence of Piracy: the Consequences for Creativity, for Culture, and for Sustainable Development. In English, French and Spanish.

 
The rights of authors, performers, publishers, broadcasters, and many others whose livelihoods depend upon the recognition of rights in intellectual property, particularly of copyright, are too often ignored by persons intentionally, deliberately, and systematically attempting to profit from the creations of others.

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In a field as complex as that of intellectual property, it is no doubt true that some people do not fully understand the rights of others, and thus may at times negligently infringe copyright.  But piracy, properly understood, derives entirely from a wilful determination not to respect those rights.

Copies of this publication are available upon request:

Section of Cultural Enterprise and Copyright
1 rue Miollis, 75732 PARIS CEDEX 15
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Author(s) Darrell Panethiere
Book Binary File piracy_e.pdf 329484 bytes (Download Help)
Publication Date 28 Mar 2006
Publisher UNESCO
Number of Pages 50
Published languages French

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