Cheryl Foong articulates a conceptual framework for understanding this right in a dynamic communications environment, critically examines the similarities and differences in its implementation across the United States, the European Union and Australia, and draws out underlying themes that serve as lessons for reform. The author builds an analytical framework for the making available right that addresses copyright's underappreciated dissemination function - i.e. encouraging the dissemination of content to the public - in conjunction with its authorship function.
This thought-provoking book brings together detailed analysis of the law and a broader consideration of copyright's fundamental aims, and will be of interest to judges, practitioners and scholars concerned about how copyright deals with access going forward.
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