Lecture 14 - Copyright own the product, not necessarily the...

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Copyright – own the product, not necessarily the words http://archives.cbc.ca/400d.asp?id=1-75-710-4205 - Law is both the cause and effect of social change - What is social change? o “... large numbers of people are engaging in group activities and relationships that are different from this in which they. ..engaged in previously” Has to be LARGE, not this classroom, more like that internet movement, the human rights movement etc. - The traditional Debate o Bentham: law should not only respond to but also create social change Lived during Industrial revolution Vs. o Von Savigny: law emerges from customs He was worried about law taking on an activist role in society Law comes through customs. ...we only know what societies really want by viewing it over long periods of time Law should reflect that o Both had 2 opposing views. ..does law sit back and say is this what law is or should it take an active role - Technology o A process of change o Privacy There is no effective way to regulate the flow of personal info Law can only protect your privacy to an extent FIBA. ..newish Canadian legislation dealing with privacy issues - Custom as a source of law
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