Copyright and Cultural Heritage: Preservation and Access to Works in a Digital World

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Estelle Derclaye
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2010 - Law - 246 pages
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Copyright and Cultural Heritage will appeal strongly to both academics and practitioners of intellectual property as well as to policymakers - as it proposes modifications to copyright law in the UK and beyond. This book will also provoke thought amongst associated and interested parties from industry and those using, managing or distributing content.
  

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Contents

problems challenges and possibilities
3
2 Registers databases and orphan works
28
3 Copyright protection for the restoration reconstruction and digitization of public domain works
51
4 Photography copyright and the South Kensington experiment
77
where are we and where do we need to go?
111
PART II The US perspective
129
6 Archiving and preservation in US copyright law
131
a US perspective
156
Argentinas experience through the domaine public payant
179
PART IV The cultural sector institutions perspective
193
archives libraries museums and galleries
195
PART V The cultural heritage specialists perspective
211
10 Friends or foes? Two ways of thinking on the relation between the tasks of cultural heritage institutions and the protection of copyright
213
Conclusion
233
Index
243
Copyright

the domaine public payant
177

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