The Music Clearance Maze

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1 The Music Clearance Maze Making Sense of It What’s a recorded song? The underlying copyright works that make up the song: The lyric (original literary work) The music (original musical work) Both protected separately by s.27 CA The sound recording copyright Protected by s.87 CA Therefore, there are 3 copyright aspects to the recorded song What are the rights for each type of copyright work? Reproduction Publication Performance Communication Adaptation Any of the above rights to an adaptation
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2 What are the rights for each type of copyright work? Sound recording copyright: s.82 CA right to copy, rent, publish if unpublished, make available to the public by digital audio transmission NOTE: NO provision of most of rights given to original works – compare with s.26 CA Different Rights = Different Organisations As rights are different for each
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course MEDIA LAW 112 taught by Professor Profwong during the Spring '09 term at Temasek Polytechnic.

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