The Copyrights of any literary, artistic, musical or a cinematographic works are intangible works existing as a property of the creator thereof. The Copyright Acts and Conventions are a bundle of legal rights, which are provided to the owners of such rights. This course at Assignment Help examines the legal protection afforded to the creator of literary, musical, artistic, and cinematographic works. In addition to surveying the wide range of copyrightable subject matter, the course at Assignment Help will consider copyright’s purpose, its statutory structure, its application in the courts, and its role within the overall framework of intellectual property law and society. Topics covered in Assignment Help will include the subject matter requirements for copyrightability the exclusive rights of copyright owners limitation on those rights, including fair use and a spectrum of issues arising in copyright infringement litigation. At Assignment Help, we will also consider the challenges that technological change poses for traditional copyright principles. Recent developments such as the DMCA, peer-to-peer file sharing, digital delivery services, search engines, and participatory media platforms will also be considered.
Approximately two thirds of the course focus on the copyright system of the United States; the remainder is devoted to the laws pertaining to copyright and "neighboring rights" in other countries. Considerable attention is devoted to the relationship between copyright law and creative expression in a variety of fields: literature, music, film, photography, graphic art, software, comedy, fashion and architecture.
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