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Copyright and Mass Digitization
A Cross-jurisdictional Perspective1625
In an age of mass digitization, does copyright law need to change, and if so, how? This thought-provoking book considers whether the purposes, activities and effects of mass digitization are consistent with copyright law and principles, arguing for a comprehensive regulatory framework for the use of works in mass digital libraries and archives.
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Emily Hudson, European Intellectual Property Review For those who are interested in legal issues surrounding digitisation, this book serves as a thorough and up-to-date resource.
Ghufran Sukkaryeh, Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice Overall, the book is well structured and clearly written to present information concisely and in a precise manner. It is a valuable contribution to the current debate on mass digitization projects. It will thus be of great interest to scholars and researchers in this area.
Giulia Dore, SCRIPTed ... Copyright and Mass Digitization offers a perceptive and in-depth contribution to the subject matter, explaining technical terms in a clear manner and providing a thorough and comparative analysis of controversial issues, which are exemplified through cross-jurisdictional case law.
Eleonora Rosati, The 1709 Blog I have personally enjoyed reading this work. The book is carefully researched and innovative in its analysis of the various issues surrounding mass digitisation. In addition, its fresh and engaging prose and style make it a pleasure to read.
Madhu Sahni, Journal of Intellectual Property Rights The book Copyright and Mass Digitization which explains technical terms in a clear manner and provides a thorough and comparative analysis of controversial issues is valuable for academics and legal practitioners from both civil and common law systems, as well as members of the general public who wish to understand the complex and critical dynamics of mass digitization in the copyright environment.
<br>Maurizio Borghi is senior lecturer in intellectual property law at Brunel University Law School and director of the Centre for Intellectual Property, internet and Media. Prior to joining Brunel in 2007, he has been a researcher in cultural legal studies and philosophy at Bocconi University of Milan, and a visiting scholar at the Center for the Study of Law and Society at the University of California, Berkeley. He is a member of the executive committee of ISHTIP, the International Society for the History and Theory of Intellectual Property. <br>Stavroula Karapapa is lecturer in intellectual property law at the Law School of Brunel University and practising Barrister at the Athens Bar, specialising in Intellectual Property and Internet law. Her research interests focus on the intersection of law and technology with particular emphasis on copyright.<br>
1. Turning Copyright on its Head?; 2. Technological Transformative Uses; 3. Text and Data Mining; 4. Orphan Works; 5. Derivative Rights, Derivative Entitlements; 6. Integrity, or the Claims of the Work; 7. Works and Data: Towards a Unitary Regulatory Framework