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E-431 – Copyright Law


3 Credits

Study of the Copyright Act, its history and development, the constitutional basis for federal exclusive jurisdiction, its application to new technologies, and practical issues in protecting the rights conferred by copyright law. Examination of related legal protections in the fields of Internet communications, web domains, and international copyright conventions. The course considers problems related to the protections of artistic and creative property, including a study of the methods for securing and maintaining a copyright and the laws that govern the exploitation of copyrights.

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