Do New and Atypical Works Deserve Protection?
Edited by Enrico Bonadio and Nicola Lucchi
This book draws a picture of possible new spaces for copyright. It expands on whether modern copyright law should be more flexible as to whether new or unconventional forms of expression - including graffiti, tattoos, land art, conceptual art and bio art, engineered DNA, sport movements, jokes, magic tricks, dj-sets, 3D printing, works generated by artificial intelligence, perfume making, typefaces, illegal and immoral works - deserve protection. The contributors offer authoritative, coherent and well-argued essays focusing on whether copyright can subsist in these unconventional subject matters.
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- Non-Conventional Copyright
- Introduction: setting the scene for non-conventional copyright
- Chapter 1: Copyright in the expanded field: on l and art and other new mediums
- Chapter 2: Copyright and conceptual art
- Chapter 3: Copyright in bio art
- Chapter 4: Street art, graffiti and copyright
- Chapter 5: Copyright protection of tattoos
- Chapter 6: Copyright in culinary presentations
- Chapter 7: Protecting traditional music under copyright (and choosing not to enforce it)
- Chapter 8: Music improvisation and copyright
- Chapter 9: Original compilations of musical works: can DJ sets be protected by copyright?
- Chapter 10: Copyright protection for modern comedic material
- Chapter 11: Now you own it, now you don’t – or do you? Copyright and related rights in magic productions and performances
- Chapter 12: Copyright protection of sport moves
- Chapter 13: Copyright and typefaces
- Chapter 14: The press publishers’ right in the European Union: an overreaching proposal and the future of news online
- Chapter 15: Law and odor: elusive copyright and other IP protection forfragrances
- Chapter 16: Subsistence of copyright over CAD files in 3D printing: the Canadian, the U.S. and European outlook
- Chapter 17: Copyrightability of engineered DNA sequences
- Chapter 18: Artificial Intelligence, computer generated works and copyright
- Chapter 19: Copyright protection of illegal works
- Chapter 20: Copyright and pornography
- Chapter 21: On how to deal with Pandora’s box – copyright in works of Nazi leaders
- Chapter 22: Non-conventional copyright: an economic perspective
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Chapter 1: Copyright in the expanded field: on l and art and other new mediums
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