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Unformatted text preview: Record Production Management First Sale Doctrine: The first-sale doctrine is a limitation on copyright that was recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1908 and subsequently codified in the Copyright Act of 1976 , 17 U.S.C. 109 . The doctrine allows the purchaser to transfer ( i.e., sell or give away) a particular lawfully made copy of the copyrighted work without permission once it has been obtained. That means that a copyright holder's rights to control the distribution of a particular copy end once that copy is sold. This doctrine is also referred to as the "first sale rule" or "exhaustion rule". Copyright History 1709 Statute of Anne- first copyright law, England 1790- First US Copyright law, initial 14 years with an additional 14 renewalprotected maps, books, and charts music 1831- Music added, terms of use are 28 years, plus renewal of 14 years, copying and distributing, protect expression of ideas, rather than ideas 1846- Smithsonian institute founded, which contained library of congress...
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