Taking Private Use Seriously - A Critical Evaluation of the Legal Treatment of Private Use under Chinese Digital Copyright Law
von Zhong Zheng
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Private use is full of uncertainty both in theory and in application. Given the fact that the copying itself, whether in a private use context or a piracy context, is physically the same, it is very easy to confuse private copying with piracy. However, private use serves an important role not only relating to users’ fundamental rights such as free speech and the right of autonomy and privacy, but also in contributing to the creative process by fostering creativity-relevant human capital. This book critically evaluates the legal treatment of private use under Chinese digital copyright law, which provides overprotection for Technological Protection Measures (TPMs) and abandons the private use limitation on digital copyright. It also examines the underlying causes and possible solutions.
Art der Abschlussarbeit:
Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
Zhong Zheng, Dr., is lecturer of intellectual property law at Southwest University of Political Science and Law, China. She received LL.B in 2003 and LL.M in 2006 from Southwest University of Political Science and Law, China; Bachelor of Arts in English in 2002 from Sichuan International Studies University, China; and LL.D in 2011 from Kyushu University, Japan. Her research interests include digital copyright and intangible cultural heritage.
This book explores the place of private use in a digital copyright regime. It examines the current legal treatment under Chinese digital copyright law which provides overprotection for Technological Protection Measures and abandons the private use limitation on digital copyright, as well as it looks at the underlying causes and possible solutions.
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