Copyright on the Internet: Consumer Copying and Collectives
The digital age has prompted new questions about the role and function of copyright. Internationally, copyright has progressively increased its scope of protection over new technology and modes of distribution. Yet, many copyright owners express dissatisfaction and consider that the system is not working for them. Many users of copyright material, and even some owners, consider that copyright gives too much protection and that copyright owners want too much.
This book considers how copyright might evolve in the twenty-first century and how it might reach equilibrium between authors, owners, users, and those who connect them.
Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law
The Evolution and Equilibrium of Copyright in the Digital Age
Cambridge University Press
Susy Frankel & Daniel Gervais
Lionel Bently & William R. Cornish
Glynn S. Lunney Jr,
Copyright on the Internet: Consumer Copying and Collectives,
(Susy Frankel & Daniel Gervais eds., 2014).
Available at: https://scholarship.law.tamu.edu/facscholar/897