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Title Making Copyright Work for the Asian Pacific [electronic resource] : Juxtaposing Harmonisation with Flexibility / edited by Susan Corbett and Jessica C. Lai.

Published Canberra : ANU Press, 2018.

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Physical description 1 online resource (324 p.)
Series Books at JSTOR Open Access
Notes Description based upon print version of record.
Contents Intro; Abbreviations; Introduction; The Asian Pacific Copyright Code; Part 1: Norm-making; 1. TPP, RCEP and the Future of Copyright Norm-setting in the Asian Pacific; 2. Copyright Harmonisation in the Asian Pacific Region: Weaving the Peoples Together?; 3. Fair Use and Traditional Cultural Expressions; Part 2: Norm-taking?; 4. Copyright Reform in the 21st Century: Adding Privacy Considerations into the Normative Mix; 5. Free Trade Agreements with the United States, Rulemaking and TPMs: Why Asian Pacific Nations Should Resist Increased Regulation of TPMs in their Domestic Copyright Laws
Part 3: Users and Access6. Harmony and Counterpoint: Dancing with Fair Use in New Zealand and Australia; 7. Open Government Data Licences in the Greater China Region; Part 4: Non-authors?; 8. Putting Artists and Guardians of Indigenous Works First: Towards a Restricted Scope of Freedom of Panorama in the Asian Pacific Region; 9. The Development of Performers' Rights in New Zealand: Lessons for the Asian Pacific Region?; Conclusion; Index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This book provides a contemporary overview of developing areas of copyright law in the Asian Pacific Region. While noting the tendency towards harmonisation through free trade agreements, the book takes the perspective that there is a significant amount of potential for the nations of the Asian Pacific Region to work together, find common ground and shift international bargaining power. Moreover, in so doing, the region can tailor any regional agreements to suit local needs. The book addresses the development of norms in the region and the ways in which this can occur in light of the specific nature of the creator-owner-user paradigm in the region and the common interests of Indigenous peoples.
Other author Corbett, Susan.
Lai, Jessica.
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Copyright -- Pacific Area.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781760462390 (electronic bk.)
176046239X (electronic bk.)
9781760462383 (paperback)
1760462381 (paperback)