Copyright and the visual arts

Baer, Marjorie
October 1996
Macworld;Oct96, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p163
Focuses on the legal aspects of copying artwork through computer. Protection of creative expression; Transversing the infringement minefield. INSET: Copyright questions and answers..


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