Commentary

3 Identifying levels of copyright and related rights protection in foreign states

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

3 Identifying levels of copyright and related rights protection in foreign states

| Commentary

3 Identifying levels of copyright and related rights protection in foreign states

It is possible to establish what minimum level of copyright and related rights protection is established in any given foreign state by reference to whether or not such state is a signatory to any given treaty, without detailed knowledge of that state’s domestic laws. This is because each of the international treaties listed above imposes an obligation on contracting states to establish a minimum level of copyright protection in relation to the subject matter of the individual treaty. The obligation imposed on contracting states to establish a minimum

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