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Crashing The Internet: Cars, CarGurus And Copyright In The Digital Age
As technology evolves, copyright law has evolved as well. Copyright is a creature of statute and does not exist at common law.
Canada
24 Jan 2019
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Banksy's Self-Destructing "Love Is In The Bin" – A Good Reminder Of The Moral Rights Of Authors
Infamous satirical artist Banksy made waves recently by setting up a work to "self-destruct" immediately after being sold for over £1.04 million ...
Canada
18 Oct 2018
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Public Art Installations: Is Fearless Girl's Girl Power Trampling Moral Rights In Charging Bull? We Say No.
You have likely seen the headlines celebrating (some admonishing) Fearless Girl, the strategically placed statue of a determined girl, standing with her hands on her hips in front of the famed Charging Bull statue on New York's Wall Street.
Canada
27 Apr 2017
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Extended Protection For Published Sound Recordings And Performances Fixed In Sound Recordings Now In Force
The extended term of protection also does not have the effect of reviving copyright or rights to remunerations that expired prior to June 23, 2015.
Canada
1 Jul 2015
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Could Canada Extend The Copyright Term For The Music Industry? We Are Talking To You Performers And Record Labels...
Currently, copyright protects a music performance for 50 years from the year it is first recorded (or performed, if not recorded), plus up to 50 more years if and when that recording is published, to a maximum 99 years.
Canada
29 Apr 2015
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