Commentary

14 Marrakesh Treaty: non-circumvention and prevention of conflict and prejudice provisions

ENTERTAINMENT AND MEDIA vol 15(1) commentary, music industry documentation
| Commentary

14 Marrakesh Treaty: non-circumvention and prevention of conflict and prejudice provisions

| Commentary

14 Marrakesh Treaty: non-circumvention and prevention of conflict and prejudice provisions

Contracting states are required to take appropriate measures to ensure that where they provide legal protection and remedies against the circumvention of technological measures this protection does not prevent beneficiary persons from enjoying the benefits of the Marrakesh Treaty1. They are also required to endeavour to protect the privacy of the beneficiary persons on an equal basis with others2 and to endeavour to foster the cross-border exchange of accessible format copies and the voluntary sharing of information3. WIPO is to establish an information access

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