Copyright users' rights : contracts and the erosion of property /
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Copyright users' rights : contracts and the erosion of property /

'Copyright Users' Rights' addresses contemporary issues of tangibility and intangibility in copyright law, with reference to new kinds of copyright works such as e-books, iTunes, online software and digital-release films.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Chapdelaine, Pascale (Author)
Corporate Author: Oxford Scholarship Online
Format: Online Book
Published: Oxford, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2017.
Edition:First edition.
Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Part I. In Search of Copyright User Rights
  • 1. User rights to commercial copies of copyright works
  • 2. The nature and function of exceptions to copyright infringement
  • 3. In search of copyright user remedies
  • Part II. Rethinking Tangibility and Intangibility
  • 4. Redefining goods, services, sales, and licences
  • 5. First sale or exhaustion doctrine
  • 6. Digital locks, physical objects, and immaterial works
  • Part III. Rethinking User Rights Through Property, Rights, and Privileges
  • 7. Why user rights?
  • 8. User property, user rights, and user privileges
  • One last word.