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APEC - IPEG Survey on Copyright Limitations & Exceptions Report on Copyright L&E in APEC Economies

APEC - IPEG Survey on Copyright Limitations & Exceptions Report on Copyright L&E in APEC Economies

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#210-CT-03.1
YEAR
2010
PUBLISHED DATE
January 2010
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Manuals
PAGES
204
ACCESSED
21967

 

Individual Files

  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • I. INTRODUCTION
  • II. L&E RELATED TO DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY
  • III. L&E RELATED TO EDUCATIONAL USES
  • IV. L&E RELATED TO LIBRARIES AND ARCHIVES
  • V. L&E RELATED TO USES BY PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
  • VI. GENERAL L&E
  • VII. CONCLUSION
  • APPENDIX A: KEY TO STATUTORY REFERENCES 58
  • APPENDIX B: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 60
  • APPENDIX C: TABLE OF COPYRIGHT LIMITATIONS & EXCEPTIONS
     



Description

(Electronically reproduced in January 2010). The Survey comprises 34 questions separated into five sections: (1) Limitations and Exception (L&E) relating to the use of digital technology; (2) L&E relating to educational use; (3) L&E relating to use by libraries and archives; (4) L&E relating to use by persons with disabilities; and (5) L&E not included in the first four categories, such as fairness-based doctrines and non commercial use.

The Survey requested that Member Economies answer based not only on their domestic acts or statutes, but also on any other relevant source of law as well as on pending legislations.




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INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • I. INTRODUCTION
  • II. L&E RELATED TO DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY
  • III. L&E RELATED TO EDUCATIONAL USES
  • IV. L&E RELATED TO LIBRARIES AND ARCHIVES
  • V. L&E RELATED TO USES BY PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
  • VI. GENERAL L&E
  • VII. CONCLUSION
  • APPENDIX A: KEY TO STATUTORY REFERENCES 58
  • APPENDIX B: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 60
  • APPENDIX C: TABLE OF COPYRIGHT LIMITATIONS & EXCEPTIONS
     


DESCRIPTIONS

Description

(Electronically reproduced in January 2010). The Survey comprises 34 questions separated into five sections: (1) Limitations and Exception (L&E) relating to the use of digital technology; (2) L&E relating to educational use; (3) L&E relating to use by libraries and archives; (4) L&E relating to use by persons with disabilities; and (5) L&E not included in the first four categories, such as fairness-based doctrines and non commercial use.

The Survey requested that Member Economies answer based not only on their domestic acts or statutes, but also on any other relevant source of law as well as on pending legislations.

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File size: 882.42KB


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