Art and Copyright
Bloomsbury Academic, 2001. gada 1. jūn. - 216 lappuses
The intellectual property protection afforded to works of art is receiving increased attention by artists,museums, galleries, auction houses, publishers and their professional staff and legal advisors, as well as by those teaching or studying copyright and/or the law of cultural property.
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Hansmann and Santilli also argue that moral rights have economic implications : a work of art will sell for more if it can be attributed to the artist ( hence the value of the right of paternity ) . Furthermore the reputation of an ...
29 Until 1 August 1989 when the CDPA came into force , moral rights as such were not expressly recognised by UK copyright law , although limited protection was afforded by the law of defamation , passing off , contract and section 43 of ...
authors ' rights systems of moral rights protection it has been discussed whether simply digitising a work could infringe the right of respect under French law.23 ( c ) A derogatory hyper - text link is placed on one website linking ...
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Its Justification and History
The Modern Law of Copyright
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