1 edition of Copyright and the public interest in China found in the catalog.
Copyright and the public interest in China
Guan H. Tang
Includes bibliographical references (p. 256-271) and index.
|Statement||Guan H. Tang|
|Series||Elgar intellectual property and global development, Elgar intellectual property and global development|
|LC Classifications||KNQ1160 .T365 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 283 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||283|
|LC Control Number||2011931006|
I recently became aware of a decision from the High Court in South Africa that examines an interesting intersection of freedom of expression, copyright and contract. It addresses the issue of how to define the public interest in an environment of relatively unguarded rhetoric about the role of copyright in society that is worth exploring. SHANGHAI (AP) — The Chinese government granted 18 trademarks to companies linked to President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump over the last two months, Chinese public records show, raising concerns about conflicts of interest in the White House. In October, China's Trademark Office granted provisional approval for 16 trademarks to Ivanka Trump Marks LLC, .
This book examines the notion of public interest, and the way that concepts of public interest and the rhetoric surrounding it have been involved in shaping the law of copyright. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. To register copyright in China, businesses must show that they are the creator of the copyright work or have legally acquired ownership. See the checklist below for the information required to register copyright. While some of these questions may seem unnecessary or potentially complex, it is worth bearing in mind that much of this information.
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: Copyright and the Public Interest in China (Elgar Intellectual Property and Global Development Series) (): Guan H. Tang: BooksCited by: 5. However, for a socialist country, placing the common ahead of the individual interest, the public interest also constitutes a phenomenological tool with which to limit copyright.
The author also discusses how the rise of the Internet, which has had a major social and economic impact on China, raises problems for Chinese copyright : Guan H.
Tang. Since China has awarded copyright – individual rights – but also provides for public, non-criminal enforcement. The author reveals that pressures of development, globalisation and participation in a world economy have hastened the loss of public interest from copyright.
However, for a socialist country, placing the common ahead of the Author: Guan H. Tang. The opening up to the world of a once isolated nation --Authorship, access and the public interest --Administrative copyright enforcement: the authorship public interest --Public education, copyright and the public interest --Public libraries, copyright and the public interest --Public archives, public copyright and the public interest.
Since China has awarded copyright - individual rights - but also provides for public, non-criminal enforcement. The author reveals that pressures of development, globalisation and participation in a world economy have hastened the loss of public interest from copyright.
However, for a socialist country, placing the common ahead of the Author: Guan Hong Tang. Using the public interest defense under common law as an inspirational starting point, Tang, skillfully frames the concept of public interest and its ramiﬁcations in the context of copyright law in the People’s Republic of China.
While public interest is the overarching topos of this work, the speciﬁc objects of research are the. However, for a socialist country, placing the common ahead of the individual interest, the public interest also constitutes a phenomenological tool with which to limit copyright.
The author also discusses how the rise of the Internet, which has had a major social and economic impact on China, raises problems for Chinese copyright by: 1.
Hence, copyright law was disregarded before and for over a decade after its introduction in ; it was seen as legislation to benefit foreigners and breach China’s interest, and its formation and coming into effect were delayed in the name of the socialism public interest.
In order to address these concerns China agreed in a JCCT outcome to announce that software copyright infringement was in fact against the public interest. and participation in a world economy, the public interest is leaving copyright.
But at the same time, as a socialist country, placing the common ahead of the individual interest, the public interest also constitutes a phenomenological tool with which to limit copyright. The tensions are further exacerbated by the rise of the Internet.
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Using the public interest defense under common law as an inspirational starting point, Tang, skillfully frames the concept of public interest and its ramifications in the context of copyright law in the People’s Republic of China.
While public interest is the overarching topos of this work, the specific objects of research are the. The provision within Article 4 of China’s copyright law, which covers literary, artistic, as well as scientific works such as computer programmes, is intended to prevent copyright owners from.
Since China has awarded copyright - individual rights - but also provides for public, non-criminal enforcement. Bowing to pressures of development, globalisation and participation in a world economy, the public interest is leaving copyright.
The book engages with this complexity by moving beyond debates about the appropriate duration of copyright, and considers the development of other important features of copyright law, such as the requirement of legal deposit, the principle that some works will not be subject to copyright protection on the grounds of public interest, and the law Reviews: 1.
Editor’s Note: Plant Variety Protection (PVP) is a little-discussed topic in China’s IP regime. Indeed, this blog has only reported on PVP-specific issues once before, and once in the context of the China-Swiss Free Trade Agreement (FTA).This guest blog post explores the relationship among plant variety protection, China’s treaty obligations, and determination of the scope of.
Drafts of amendments to the law were presented in andbut progress has been slow. The revision process has revived as China faces an extraordinary number of copyright lawsuits. A Supreme People’s Court source told Caixin that copyright cases account for 70% of intellectual property matters that come before the court.
Fair use of copyright in China. by Jian Xu J J The circumstances, as detailed below, generally relate to public interest so as to balance the interest between the copyright owner and the general public.
(1) use of a published work for the purposes of the user’s own private study, research or self- entertainment. This means that it is not necessary to include copyright indicators such as "copyright ". In fact, the word "copyright" has no legal meaning in the Netherlands.
A copyright lasts for a finite amount of time. Specifically, 70 years after the death of the author. When a copyright expires, the work become part of the public domain. An author. Part I: The public interest in the copyright system.
Introduction The underlying principles governing copyright legislation Origins of copyright law in Europe. Part II: The concept of the public interest in the history of copyright: national examples. United Kingdom The United States of America France Germany.
A group of Chinese writers is accusing Google of copyright infringement after the company scanned their books as part of its massive Google Library project, China .Formally, China’s copyright laws have been in line with those of the United States and other developed countries since China became a signatory to the Berne Convention in and the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) in But it’s hardly news that you can get a pirated copy of pretty much any movie, CD, or book in China with only a modicum of.Often seen as the first real copyright law, the British Statute of Anne gave the publishers rights for a fixed period, after which the copyright expired.
The act also alluded to individual rights of the artist. It began, "Whereas Printers, Booksellers, and other Persons, have of late frequently taken the Liberty of .