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(p. 132) 3. Copyright II: Authorship, Ownership, Exploitation, Term, Moral Rights, and Economic Rights 

(p. 132) 3. Copyright II: Authorship, Ownership, Exploitation, Term, Moral Rights, and Economic Rights
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(p. 132) 3. Copyright II: Authorship, Ownership, Exploitation, Term, Moral Rights, and Economic Rights
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Tanya Aplin

and Jennifer Davis

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198743545.003.0003
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All books in this flagship series contain carefully selected substantial extracts from key cases, legislation, and academic debate, providing able students with a stand-alone resource. This chapter discusses principles relating to the authorship and ownership of copyright, and the significance of this designation. It examines how owners of copyright can exploit their works by either assignment or licence and the circumstances in which courts can imply terms in the absence of parties having agreed as to how a copyright work can be exploited. The chapter discusses the term of copyright protection and also examines exclusive rights, both moral and economic in nature, that authors and owners respectively have in their copyright works.

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