Copyright Exceptions: The Digital Impact (Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law)

Copyright Exceptions: The Digital Impact (Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law)

Copyright Exceptions: The Digital Impact (Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law) by Allison Coleman
English | Mar. 28, 2005 | ISBN: 0521847265 | 458 Pages | PDF | 2.09 MB

Copyright 'exceptions' or 'users' rights' have become a highly controversial aspect of copyright law.
Most recently, Member States of the European Union have been forced to amend their systems of exceptions so as to comply with the Information Society Directive. Taking the newly amended UK legislation as a case study, this book examines why copyright exceptions are necessary and the forces that have shaped the present legislative regime in the UK. It seeks to further our understanding of the exceptions by combining detailed doctrinal analysis with insights gained from a range of other sources. The principal argument of the book is that the UK's current system of 'permitted acts' is much too restrictive and hence is in urgent need of reform, but that paradoxically the Information Society Directive points the way towards a much more satisfactory approach.


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