Copyright: Cases and Materialsby Robert A. Gorman, Jane C. Ginsburg, ane C. JGinsburg
Law school casebook covering both new and traditional copyright law issues. New issues include the Napster case, fair use, secondary liability, circumvention of technological protections, interpretation of pre-digital licenses, internet delivery and transmission of music, and international issues. "Traditional" copyright issues covered include protection for government-authored and incorporated works, joint ownership and community property, duration of copyright and the constitutionality of its extensions, the World Trade Organization ruling on the so-called Fairness in Music Licensing Act, developing theories of preemption of state law, and whether The Wind Done Gone is a fair use of Gone With the Wind.
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