US Supreme Court: copyright can apply to the public domain
A group of orchestra conductors, teachers, performers, film archivists and distributors has failed to convince the Supreme Court that Congress does not have authority to restore copyright protection to foreign works that have fallen into the public domain
In Golan v Holder the US Supreme Court ruled yesterday that
Section 514 of the Uruguay Round Agreements Act, which restored
copyright protection to the works at issue in an attempt to
implement the Berne Convention and comply with TRIPs,...
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