FEDERAL COPYRIGHT LAW: THE LEGISLATIVE HISTORIES OF THE MAJOR ENACTMENTS OF THE 105TH CONGRESS.
Item #: 4596
Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc./Bflo; 1999.
Subjects: INTELLECTUAL & INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY, LEGISLATIVE HISTORY
This set includes three important pieces of copyrightlegislation that passed the 105th Congress. The first isthe "No Electronic Theft Act" which holds individuals liablefor the distribution of copyrighted software even when thereis no financial gain. The second act is the "Copyright TermExtension" which brought the U.S. more in-line with WesternEurope's copyright laws. The final act in this set is the"Digital Millennium Copyright Act" which primarily focuseson modern technology concerns regarding computers, theInternet, and copyright.
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