Edited by Paul Torremans
Chapter 16: Copyright in works reproduced and published online by search engines
Search engines reproduce works in the main market authors have today, which is the internet. How to deal with this phenomenon from the point of view of copyright law? Is it an infringement of copyright or can it be deemed fair and appropriate use? This chapter tackles these questions. Keywords: Search engines, on-line reproduction, on-line publication – US cases, on-line publication – EU cases, three-step test, Andean law
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