Copyright Spring 2003
Core copyright industries in the U.S. make $535 billion/year.
COMPETING JUSTIFICATIONS FOR COPYRIGHT PROTECTION
One is the natural rights justification:1 Authors have a natural right to exploit the benefits of their work. Ano
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Justin Hughes INTRODUCTION .. 1 PART I. TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS . 3 PART II ALIEN V. VILLAGE VOICE . 10 PART III COPYRIGHTED WHAT? . 12 PART IV. BONUS QUESTION . 14
Introduction o Incentive for people to create art. o Copyright democratized creativity, anyone could go to market and bring their services. o Statute of Anne-incentive for new expression. o U.S. Constitution protects expression as well. Art I, Sec.
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Copyright Outline Historical Development: Statute of Anne: first statute, in 1709 designed to "encourage learning" and protect authors economically, thus prov
Copyright Outline 1. Does the Court have jurisidiction? a. Getting into federal court- there has to be a federal claim i. T.B Harms v.Eliscu Subject matter jurisdiction occurs only when the complaint at hand calls for a remedy expressly granted by t
Basis of Protection A. Copyright clause of Federal Consitution Congress is given the authority to grant protection for limited time to authors and inventors (coyprights and patents) in order to ensure the promotion of arts and science for t