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Copyright Law and the Information Society in Asia - Studies in Industrial Property & Copyright Law 26 (Paperback)Kung-Chung Liu (editor), Esq Rutorn Nopakun (author of contributions), John Chong (author of contributions), Estelle Derclaye (author of contributions), Alex Ferdinand S. Fider (author of contributions), Peter Ganea (author of contributions), Christopher Heath (author of contributions,editor), Reto Hilty (author of contributions), Gabriela Kennedy (author of contributions)
Paperback 302 Pages / Published: 20/12/2006
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The book takes a look at the six most important current topics arising from copyright law in the information society, and for each topic provides an in-depth introduction that compares the approaches taken in Europe and the US. Each topic is introduced by an expert, and the issues are then analysed in separate country reports representing nine Asian jurisdictions: China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. The six topics are: The Expansion of Copyright Law and its Social Justification: Introduction by Reto Hilty, Max Planck Institute, Munich Internet Trade, Digital Works and Parallel Imports: Introduction by Christopher Heath, European Patent Office, Munich The Collective Exercise of Copyrights: Introduction by Kung Chung Liu, Academia Sinica, Taiwan The Law on Anti-Circumvention and Digital Rights Management: Introduction by Andy Sun, National Chenchi University, Taipei, Taiwan and Zhi Wei, Peking University, Beijing Copyright Contracts, Public Policy and Antitrust: Introduction by Estelle Derclaye, Queen Mary University of London Contributory and Vicarious Liability for Copyright Infringement: Introduction by Andy Sun, National Chenchi University, Taipei, Taiwan
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 302
Weight: 470 g
Dimensions: 224 x 140 x 15 mm
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