Month: November 2020

Towards The End Of Copyright?

Towards The End Of Copyright?

In France, what is called copyright refers to the Intellectual Property Code and concerns literary and artistic property but also industrial property. Copyright was belatedly defined in France, with the law of 11 March 1957. It allows authors to be paid when their work is reproduced or represented (heritage rights). Copyright also allows authors to […]

Song Covers And Copyright

Song Covers And Copyright

The musical work is a work of art composed of sounds and rhythms in which one can also find lyrics. It is a creation protected by the Intellectual Property Code as a work of the mind as long as it is shaped and original. The author of a work creates. It has heritage rights but […]

Copyright On The Internet

Copyright On The Internet

Behind each image there is a photographer, an illustrator who has the status of author. His works are systematically protected by intellectual property law. Thus, on the Internet, just because an image does not display a “copyright” or “all rights” mention does not mean that it is free of rights. Can I freely use a […]

Blog, Freedom Of Expression, Intellectual Property And Copyright: What Trends?

Blog, Freedom Of Expression, Intellectual Property And Copyright: What Trends?

One of the certain advantages of the Internet and the blogosphere is the spirit of openness, freedom of expression and frankness that reign there. Finally, that’s what a lot of people think. Some recent events have upset this general belief that anything is possible online.  Can we say anything? Are we freer than in real […]

What Is Copyright In Accounting?

What Is Copyright In Accounting? Copyright In Accounting

The word ‘Copyright’ is a word that is common in the aspect of writing and content productions. It is notable for its usage in legal claims of certain content. It is also used to discourage replication or usage of the content without permission from the rightful owner. However, copyright in accounting can be slightly different, […]

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