This second volume contains further exploration of the themes considered in Volume 1, namely the theoretical framework of copyright, and the convergence, divergence and globalisation of copyright.
New Directions in Copyright Law, Volume 2 offers valuable insights into developments in rights neighbouring on copyright, such as the EU database directive and television broadcast copyright. It also considers the protection of traditional knowledge - such as the legal protection of folklore, freedom of speech and communication channels. In addition the book investigates copyright and new technologies, taking examples from the music industry and from digital policing. Finally, the authors present views on the tension between corporate power and human rights in the context of copyright, questioning whether it is possible to strike a productive and meaningful balance.
With contributions from leading copyright scholars and commentators from a diverse range of theoretical and disciplinary backgrounds, this book will be of interest to all those concerned with the problems plaguing the modern copyright system.
Edited by Fiona Macmillan, School of Law, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
Contents: Preface Fiona Macmillan Part I: Theoretical Framework of Copyright Law 1. The Productive Potential of Intellectual Property Rights: Governance and Value Creation Processes Birgitte Andersen and Sue Konzelmann Part II: Globalisation, Convergence and Divergence 2. Globalisation, Convergence and Divergence in International Copyright Law: A Question of Expediency or of Right? F. Willem Grosheide 3. Artists' Earnings and Copyright: A Review of British and German Music Industry Data in the Context of Digital Technologies Martin Kretschmer 4. Globalisation, Digitalisation and the Changing Role of Copyright Lee Davis Part III: Developments in Rights Neighbouring on Copyright 5. The EU Database Directive: Taking Stock Tanya Aplin 6. The Moral Right of Integrity: A Freedom of Expression Leslie Kim Treigar-Bar-Am 7. Television Broadcast Copyright: The Australian Experience Michael Handler Part IV: Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Culture 8. The Legal Protection of Traditional Cultural Expressions: Is Copyright the Answer? Daphne Zografos 9. Freedoms and Knowledge, Access and Silence: Traditional Knowledge and Freedom of Speech Johanna Gibson 10. Protecting Channels of Communication: Some Challenges from the Pacific Marilyn Strathern Part V: Copyright and the New Technologies 11. The Plagiarism Panic: Digital Policing in the New Intellectual Property Regime Lisa Maruca 12. The New, the Bad, the Hot, the Fad: Popular Music, Technology and the Culture of Freedom Kathy Bowrey 13. Strategic Behavior and Sources of Value: Some Implications of the Intangibles Paradigm Olufunmilayo B. Arewa Part VI: Copyright, Corporate Power and Human Rights 14. Copyright, Corporate Power and Human Rights: Reality and Rhetoric Charlotte Waelde 15. Is it Possible to Balance Creativity and Commerce? John Howkins 16. Losing to Disney: The Complex Lesson of Eldred v Ashcroft and the Corporate Control of Copyright Paul J. Heald Index