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  1. The government and copyright : the government as proprietor, preserver and user of copyright material under the copyright act 1968 (Cth)

    Gilchrist, John Steel
    The University Of Sydney, N.S.W. : Sydney University Press, 2015.

    The government and copyright' focuses on the interplay between law, policy and practice in copyright law by investigating the rights of the government as the copyright owner, the preserver of copyright material and the user of other's copyright material under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth).

    Online EBSCO Academic Comprehensive Collection

  2. The government and copyright : the government as proprietor, preserver and user of copyright material under the Copyright Act 1968

    Gilchrist, John Steel
    The University Of Sydney, N.S.W. : Sydney University Press, 2015.

  3. Copyright, property and the social contract : the reconceptualisation of copyright

    Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018]

    "This book provides international perspectives on the law of copyright in relation to three core themes - copyright and developing countries; the government and copyright; and technology and the future of copyright. The third theme includes an examination of the extent to which technology will dictate the development of the law, and a re-examination of the role of copyright in fostering innovation and creativity. As a critique, one chapter discusses how certain rights can create or reinforce social inequality under copyright royalty systems. Underlying these themes is the role the law of copyright has in encouraging or impeding human flourishing."--This book provides international perspectives on the law of copyright in relation to three core themes - copyright and developing countries; the government and copyright; and technology and the future of copyright. The third theme includes an examination of the extent to which technology will dictate the development of the law, and a re-examination of the role of copyright in fostering innovation and creativity. As a critique, one chapter discusses how certain rights can create or reinforce social inequality under copyright royalty systems. Underlying these themes is the role the law of copyright has in encouraging or impeding human flourishing.

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