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14 years renewable 14 years
music is a "useful art"
28 years renewable 28 years
1. Got rid of state registration
2. Changed duration to life + 50 years
3. Became effective Jan. 1 1978
4.Congress added 19 years to the people with copyrights from 1909
Life + 50 years copyright went into effect
Jan. 1 1978
Allowed to make audio copy recordings in your own home. Taxed by government D.A.R.T.
C.A.R.P. Pannel for recording was made. No one could make a decision
Fairness in Music Licensing act- Smaller bars and offices are allowed to have copyrightable material performed without paying
1710 the first true copyright law, gave exclusive right to print copies to authors
Statue of Anne
right to copy
selling copyrighted property
1. Is it original?
2. Is it in tangible form?
2 tests of ownership
Constitution Article 1 section 8
gives congress the right to legislate copyright statue to promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors, the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries
recreation business music worldwide
Entertainment business USA
4 types of copyright
inventions (14 years)
what makes the company valuable
gives performers and producers exclusive right to broadcast, reproduce, and distribute copies of their performance.
is a violation of copyright laws.
One a song has been published anyone can record it
9.1 cents for license (5 minutes or longer 1.75 cents)
cannot recapture copyright laws for 35 years
Needed a copyright notice on any creative material until the Berne Convention of 1989
Berne Convention of 1989
Copyrights were protected in over 80 countries. The only way to be in the Berne convention is if you drop the copyright notice.
tells when the copyright was made
Digital Audio Recording Tax
Copyright Arbitration Royalties Pannel
Got rid of C.A.R.P., replaced it with 3 federal judges
World Intellectual Property Organization (codes)
D.A.R.A. Digital Audio Recording Rights
No Net Act- If you create something that allows people to steal, you are held responsible
D.M.C. Digital Millenium Copyright Act, Accepted WIPO
Sony Bono Act. Extend copyright to Life + 70 years. People from 1909 act got an extra 20 years
A&M Records v. Napster
Provided framework for peer to peer file sharing through central server; ruled a contributory infringer and shut down
MGM Studios Inc. v. Grokster LTD
Peer-to-peer sharing... Court says that Grokster had 'induced' customers to use its product for unlawful purposes, and that they should be held liable for that.
When a celeb dies, they can still make money
-Works made for Hire
-Contribution to collective work
-Ownership of a copyright man be transferred in whole
or in part (sell not only copies, but the ownership as well)
Types of ownership
1. Reproduce the copyright works in copies, or phonorecords
2.To prepare derivative work (new work coming from someone else's old work)
3.To distribute copies
4. To perform publicly
5. To display works publicly
6. Sound recording- Digital Audio Transmission
6 Exclusive Rights
1. Publishing deal
2. Distributed for sale
No intention of copyright=
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