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The doctrine of moral rights is based on the idea that authors have a special bond with their own creative work. At present, the legal status of moral rights demands clarification and assessment as never before, as the international expansion of moral rights occurs in the new environment of digital technology. Just as the survival of copyright law depends on its capacity to adapt effectively to the new technological environment, a new approach to moral rights is also
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Moral Rights: Principles Practice and New Technology is the first work to comprehensively address the role of moral rights in an environment of digital technology, identifying the challenges and confronting moral rights in a digital environment. The challenges are addressed in both practical and theoretical terms, and examples drawn from the legislation and practice of key jurisdictions around the world. Moral Rights concludes with a consideration of how the concept of moral rights
can contribute to the re-shaping of copyright law in a digital context.
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Mira T Sundara Rajan
Intellectual property law faces serious challenges worldwide, with many in the international community arguing that the law fails to provide much-needed support for either individual rights or the public interest in the technological environment.T...
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Mira T. Sundara Rajan, Learned Publishing As much a cultural history as a book about copyright and the related moral rights, this book offers a fascinating angle on copyright, with surprising relevance for the modern publishing industry.
<br>Mira T. Sundara Rajan is the Canada Research Chair in Intellectual Property Law and Director of the Intellectual Property Law Program at the University of British Columbia. She has published widely on copyright issues, including a scholarly book entitled Copyright and Creative Freedom, Routledge 2006. Her work is also well-known in the European Union, where she collaborates regularly with EU bodies such as the Council of Europe, and with a number of patent offices in EU countries. She is also the editor of Intellectual Property: Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent Statespublished with regular updates by Oxford University Press. She is an expert on Indian and Russian copyright law.<br>
I. INTRODUCTION: MORAL RIGHTS IN THE DIGITAL AGE II. MORAL RIGHTS: HISTORY OF AN IDEA III. A THEORY IN FLUX: THE EVOLUTION IN PROGRESS OF MORAL RIGHTS IV. MORAL RIGHTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT REGIME V. THE PROGRAMMER AS AUTHOR: VI. MORE THAN MUSICIANS: MORAL RIGHTS AND DIGITAL ISSUES IN MUSIC VII. TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY CLASSICS: FILM AND THE COMPLEXITIES OF THE COLLABORATIVE WORK VIII. FRIENDS OR ENEMIES? MORAL RIGHTS AND OPEN ACCESS IX. CONCLUSION: MORAL RIGHTS AND THE FUTURE OF COPYRIGHT LAW