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Omarbetningar och Derivative Work: En komparativ studie

Ehde, Viktor LU (2013) LAGF03 20131
Department of Law
Abstract
In this paper I will examine how derivative works are regulated in Swedish law in comparison to similar regulations in American law.
The subject is interesting because it creates a situation where a copyright is created which is dependent on an already existing copyright. This leads to interesting demarcation between the rights of the original copyright holder and the rights of the creator of the derivative work.
The creation of derivative works is in the interest of the public because it can make an old work become available to a new crowd, at the same time as the original creator has an interest in not seeing his work illicitly exploited.
The film industry, the music industry and the literary industry is today filled with... (More)
In this paper I will examine how derivative works are regulated in Swedish law in comparison to similar regulations in American law.
The subject is interesting because it creates a situation where a copyright is created which is dependent on an already existing copyright. This leads to interesting demarcation between the rights of the original copyright holder and the rights of the creator of the derivative work.
The creation of derivative works is in the interest of the public because it can make an old work become available to a new crowd, at the same time as the original creator has an interest in not seeing his work illicitly exploited.
The film industry, the music industry and the literary industry is today filled with derivative work, whether it is a sequel, a translation or any other kind of work that is derived from an earlier creation.
A significant part of the entertainment consumed in Sweden today is created in the United States which makes this an interesting country to compare with. (Less)
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author
Ehde, Viktor LU
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organization
course
LAGF03 20131
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
immaterialrätt
language
Swedish
id
3800831
date added to LUP
2013-10-18 13:05:59
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2015-03-10 14:07:24
@misc{3800831,
  abstract     = {In this paper I will examine how derivative works are regulated in Swedish law in comparison to similar regulations in American law. 
The subject is interesting because it creates a situation where a copyright is created which is dependent on an already existing copyright. This leads to interesting demarcation between the rights of the original copyright holder and the rights of the creator of the derivative work. 
The creation of derivative works is in the interest of the public because it can make an old work become available to a new crowd, at the same time as the original creator has an interest in not seeing his work illicitly exploited. 
The film industry, the music industry and the literary industry is today filled with derivative work, whether it is a sequel, a translation or any other kind of work that is derived from an earlier creation. 
A significant part of the entertainment consumed in Sweden today is created in the United States which makes this an interesting country to compare with.},
  author       = {Ehde, Viktor},
  keyword      = {immaterialrätt},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Omarbetningar och Derivative Work: En komparativ studie},
  year         = {2013},
}