Film, Video Authors, Attribution & Integrity 1: Overview of Moral Rights
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- Authors, Attribution & Integrity 1: Overview of Moral Rights
- This introductory discussion focused on several topics, including the historical development of moral rights (including international treaty obligations), how moral rights differ from economic rights--philosophically, legally, and practically for authors, and a brief comparative overview of other countries' frameworks for moral rights and their effectiveness. The official transcript of this event has been published by the George Mason Journal of International Commercial Law. The citation is "Symposium, Authors, Attribution and Integrity: Examining Moral Rights in the United States," 8 Geo. Mason J. Int'l Com L __ (2016) available at georgemasonjicl.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Summer-Issue-2016.pdf (external link).
- Event Date
- April 18, 2016
- Related Resources
- Authors, Attribution & Integrity: A Symposium on Moral Rights: http://www.copyright.gov/events/moralrights/
- US Copyright Office: http://www.copyright.gov
- Running Time
- 1 hours, 9 minutes, 5 seconds
- Online Format
- online text
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