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(p. 265) 16. Defences to copyright infringement 

(p. 265) 16. Defences to copyright infringement
(p. 265) 16. Defences to copyright infringement

Paul Torremans

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date: 18 June 2021

This chapter discusses defences to copyright infringement. It covers authorization or consent of the owner; public interest; the Copyright and Rights in Performances (Disability) Regulations 2014; the making of temporary copies; fair dealing; incidental inclusion; educational use; exception for libraries, archives, and public administration; the Information Society Directive; and orphan works.

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