Film, Video Authors, Attribution & Integrity 3: The Most Moral of Rights: To Be Recognized as the Author of a Work

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Title
Authors, Attribution & Integrity 3: The Most Moral of Rights: To Be Recognized as the Author of a Work
Summary
Jane Ginsburg surveyed sources of attribution rights within the current copyright law, particularly copyright management information. Her keynote address also considered how U.S. law might be amended to provide for a right of authorship attribution. 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://copyright.gov/events/moralrights/
US Copyright Office: http://www.copyright.gov
Running Time
58 minutes, 15 seconds
Language
English
Online Format
video
online text

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