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Intellectual Property Law Notes

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The Copyright Act splits the material that can be protected by copyright into two types: Part 3 Works and Part 4 Subject Matter Other Than Works. Part 3 ‘Works’ include: • Anything written, expressed in writing (including coupons, forms, lists, computer programs etc) • Dramatic works (like choreographed shows, scenarios or scripts for films, plays etc) • Musical works • Artistic works (like paintings, sculptures, models of buildings etc)

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Law Canadian copyright law Copyright law Data Copyright law of the United States United Kingdom copyright law Copyright Fair dealing Copyright law of Australia Copyright, Designs and Patents Act
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Law Canadian copyright law Copyright law Data Copyright law of the United States United Kingdom copyright law Copyright Fair dealing Copyright law of Australia Copyright, Designs and Patents Act
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Who owns the © 3. Infringement Direct, indirect infringement Authorisation liability Importation or sale Moral and performers’ rights 4. Defences and excuses 5. Remedies TABLE OF CONTENTS EXAM FLOW (HOW TO ANSWER) ..................................................................................................................................................... 2 SUBSISTENCE OF COPYRIGHT ........................................................................................................................................................... 3 PART III: WORKS ..............................................................................
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