Copyright Infringement in UK Law

  • Early warning of risks of copyright infringement in digital library based on extension theory
    • No. 34-2, April 2016
    • The Electronic Library
    • 250-264
    Purpose: – The purpose of this study is to evaluate the potential risks of copyright infringement in digital library based on the extension theory. Design/methodology/approach: – At first, the ana...
  • Computer Programs and Copyright: More Exceptions to Infringement
    • No. 56-4, July 1993
    • The Modern Law Review
  • Copyright in a networked world: ethics and infringement
    • No. 22-1, March 2004
    • Library Hi Tech
    • 106-110
    The statutes themselves are not the only basis for deciding whether an intellectual property rights infringement has occurred. Ethical judgments can also influence judicial rulings. This column loo...
  • New on the net
    • No. 16-6, June 1998
    • The Electronic Library
    • 410-411
    Cyberliability: generic term coined in the late 1990s for various types of legal liability arising from business use of the Internet and e‐mail including cyber‐libel, copyright infringement, breach...
    ... ... busi-ness use of the Internet and e-mail including cyber-libel, copyright infringement, breach of confidence, negligent virus transmission, ... ...
  • Copyright in the networked world: the technology of enforcement
    • No. 26-3, September 2008
    • Library Hi Tech
    • 498-504
    Purpose: This column aims to examine the influence of technology on copyright infringement and looks at the contemporary technology race between tools for rights enforcement and tools for copying a...
    ... ... Science,Humboldt University, Berlin, GermanyAbstractPurpose – This column aims to examine the influence of technology on copyright infringement andlooks at the contemporary technology race between tools for rights enforcement and tools for copyingand sharing.Design/methodology/approach – ... ...
  • Popular Music and Copyright Law in the Sixties
    • No. 40-4, November 2013
    • Journal of Law and Society
    Copyright and its relationship with popular music is one of the most disputed issues amongst music and copyright scholars. While some have accused copyright of being blind (or deaf) to the particul...
    ... ... It considers how their collaborative efforts and strategies to present evidence in copyright infringement trials were articulate d in an attempt to influence music copyright infringement tests in Britain. By highlighting the concrete geographical and ... ...
  • Copyright in the networked world: new rules for images
    • No. 20-2, June 2002
    • Library Hi Tech
    • 241-244
    Two recent court cases have redefined how images may be used on the Internet without copyright infringement. The Bridgeman case is based explicitly on British as well as US law. Kelly v. Arriba res...
    ... ... world: newrules for imagesMichael SeadleIntroductionThe district court found that Kelly had establisheda prima facie case of copyright infringement basedon Arriba's unauthorized reproduction and displayof Kelly's works, but that this reproduction anddisplay constituted a non-infringing ``fair ... ...
  • Mods as Lightning Rods: A Typology of Video Game Mods, Intellectual Property, and Social Benefit/Harm
    • No. 28-4, August 2019
    • Social & Legal Studies
    • 0000
    Video game modification, or ‘modding’ – nonprofessionals altering or adding to games – is, in some interpretations of US law, copyright infringement or a violation of end-user license agreements. H...
    ... ... or adding to games is, in some interpretations of US law, copyright infringement or a violation of end-userlicense agreements. However, though ... ...
  • Secondary liability in the post Napster era: Ethical observations on MGM v. Grokster
    • No. 3-3, August 2005
    • Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society
    • 121-130
    The principal theme of this paper is secondary liability ‐ to what extent should we hold those who cooperate in wrongdoing and illicit behavior accountable? We probe this question by considering a ...
    ... ... Register of Copyrights in the United States hassaid that copyright infringement on peer-to-peer(P2P) networks is taking place on a ... ...
  • Copyright in the networked world: using facts
    • No. 24-3, July 2006
    • Library Hi Tech
    • 463-468
    Purpose: The purpose of this column is to look at how US copyright law deals with facts and what can reasonably be considered as a fact. Design/methodology/approach: The US statutes and case law a...
    ... ... Understanding how far facts may be used andmanipulated helps researchers and teachers who have grown anxious about copyright infringement.Keywords Copyright law, UnitedStates of AmericaPaper type Case studyIntroduction[My mother] always says, my Lord, that facts are like cows. If you ... ...
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