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Title: Expression Dispute under Copyright Law: A Synthesis Study
Other Titles: Indian Journal of Law and Justice, Vol. 11 No. 1 (Part III), March 2020, p 240 - 251
Authors: Ghosh, Rima
Keywords: Copyright
Issue Date: Mar-2020
Publisher: University of North Bengal
Abstract: Copyright inherently counteracts writers and publishers' conditions for regulating and paying their use of work against the reader and user demands for unlimited access to works at minimum or no cost. Indeed, the fundamental reason for copyright is to prevail over and above the added expenses which copyright monopolies on the public, arising mainly from the monopolistic collection of legal rights, which provide the requisite economic incentives to create and disseminate artistic and intellectual works. The public benefit is the wide variety of creative and academic works and their broad dissemination. There are two types of general expenses: the extra copying expenses and the right to use copyrighted works whose costs are set by the proprietor, and the limits on the use of the previous work in order to produce more works are not to be feared by any healthy competition. The costs and advantages of the copyright system will also change,like the elements of copyright affecting the balance.This work focuses in particular on copyright law, which discusses both the public and the rightsholders' conflicting needs. Any part of copyright law was regulated by idea speech.
ISSN: 0976-3570
Appears in Collections:Vol.11 No. 1 Part 3 (March 2020)

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