Blackstone's Guide to the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988: The Law of Copyright and Related Rights

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Blackstone, 1989 - 454 lappuses
Including a copy of the act, the culmination of 15 years of consideration of reforms to the law of copyright, this book provides a legal framework for the advances in technology in recent years and aims to explain the detail of the act as well as describe the existing law which underpins it.

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Types of Copyright Work
17
Duration of Copyright
33
Ownership of Copyright
45
Exclusive Rights and Infringement
55
Permitted Acts
70
Introduction Fair dealing Incidental inclusion of copyright works
79
Moral Rights
93
what are moral rights? The law before the 1988 Act General
103
Introduction and background Basic definitions Rights of performers
137
Copyright and Designs
138
Audio and Visual Recordings
158
Commercial piracy Home tapingRental rights and rights of distribution
168
Computer Technology
179
Cable and Satellite Broadcasting
191
Introduction Cable and satellite in the modern world Broadcasting
201
Text of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988
211

Remedies
114
Introduction Civil remedies in interlocutory proceedings Damages
125

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Par autoru (1989)

Richard D. Taylor MA (Oxon), LLM, barrister, has had wide experience of teaching and examining law in universities, specialising in contract, criminal law and copyright law. He is currently Forbes Professor of English Law and Head of the Department of Law at the University of CentralLancashire.

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