EC Green Paper on Copyright and the Challenges of Technology

December 1988
Image Technology;Dec1988, Vol. 70 Issue 12, p458
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the Green Paper on Copyright issued by the European Commission. The paper acknowledges the damages caused by piracy to the copyright owners' interests and proposes an extensive action through legislation to fight the problem. It seeks for a regulation that demands all member states to provide for specific rights of sound and audiovisual recording producers to authorize reproduction and distribution of their products.


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