Welcome to download



Do not remember me!

 

Latest Comments

Copyright Exhaustion

Copyright Exhaustion
Cambridge | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1107193680 | 232 pages | PDF | 8.47 mb
by PΓter Mezei (Author)

In this timely book, copyright scholar PΓter Mezei offers a comprehensive examination of copyright exhaustion, including its historical development, theoretical framework, practical application, and policy considerations. He compares the substantive norms and case law for the first-sale doctrine in the United States and in the European Union, covering both analogue and digital applications in detail, and in doing so questions the common rejection of exhaustion in the resale of digital subject matter such as computer programs, sound recordings, audiovisual works, and e-books. Instead, he proposes a digital first-sale doctrine that would offer legal consistency to copyright law and a technologically feasible framework for content producers and consumers. This book should be read by anyone interested in how copyright law continues to evolve in conjunction with the digital world.
Review
Advance praise: 'In this era of digital streaming, cloud computing and global content distribution, the exhaustion doctrine in copyright law deserves serious scholarly and policy attention. This timely and important book provides an in-depth comparative analysis of the doctrine's justifications, evolution and future development on both sides of the Atlantic and at the international level. Highly recommended!' Peter K. Yu, Director, Center for Law and Intellectual Property, Texas A & M University School of Law
Advance praise: 'Users have grown comfortable with the freedom to resell books, sound recordings, and the like. In a world in which these media are distributed in digital form, users may not have that same luxury. Professor Mezei's book does an excellent job discussing the legal and policy issues underlying exhaustion, and how those same considerations ought to apply to digital works.' John T. Cross, Grosscurth Professor of Law, University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law
Advance praise: 'Professor Mezei's new book is the much-needed update of the copyright exhaustion doctrine to the digital age of today. It discusses the international and EU law dimensions of copyright exhaustion in detail and compares the European legal developments to US law. A highly recommended book for practitioners, students and academic alike.' Tuomas Mylly, University of Turku
Advance praise: 'Professor Mezei's book provides a detailed, nuanced, yet accessible treatment of the copyright exhaustion doctrine - a critical but underdeveloped area of intellectual property law that courts around the world are struggling to get right, especially as it applies to copyright-protected digital works.' William T. Gallagher, Director of the Intellectual Property Law Center, Golden Gate University School of Law, and Founding Editor, The IP Law Book Review
Download link :
(If you need these, buy and download immediately before they are delete)
Links are Interchangeable - Single Extraction - Premium is support resumable
[related-news][/related-news]

Please login or register

Dear visitor, you are browsing our website as Guest. We strongly recommend you to register and login to view hidden contents.

Comments (0)

Information

Would you like to leave your comment and see hide contents ? Please Login to your account to leave comments. Don't have an account? You can create a free account now.