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Receive-Only Satellite Earth Stations And Piracy Of The Airwaves, David Hasper Oct 1982

Receive-Only Satellite Earth Stations And Piracy Of The Airwaves, David Hasper

Notre Dame Law Review

No abstract provided.


Report To The Copyright Office By The American Association Of Law Libraries, James S. Heller Jul 1982

Report To The Copyright Office By The American Association Of Law Libraries, James S. Heller

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


The Disclosure And Reproduction Of Copyrighted Agency Records Under The Freedom Of Information Act, Roy Seth Gordet Jan 1982

The Disclosure And Reproduction Of Copyrighted Agency Records Under The Freedom Of Information Act, Roy Seth Gordet

Santa Clara Law Review

No abstract provided.


Copyright Protection For Short-Lived Works Of Art, Joan Infarinato Jan 1982

Copyright Protection For Short-Lived Works Of Art, Joan Infarinato

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Is Home Videotaping A Fair Use Of Copyrighted Programs? Univeral City Studios, Inc. V. Sony Corporation Of America, Howard S. Toland Jan 1982

Is Home Videotaping A Fair Use Of Copyrighted Programs? Univeral City Studios, Inc. V. Sony Corporation Of America, Howard S. Toland

Nova Law Review

On October 19, 1981, the United States Court of Appeals for the

Ninth Circuit held that private in-home television videotaping infringes

upon copyrights.


The Limitation Of Copyright And Patents By The Rules For The Free Movement Of Goods In The European Common Market, Valentine Korah Jan 1982

The Limitation Of Copyright And Patents By The Rules For The Free Movement Of Goods In The European Common Market, Valentine Korah

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


The Fcc's Deregulation Of Cable Television: The Problem Of Unfair Competition And The 1976 Copyright Act, David Bowman Jan 1982

The Fcc's Deregulation Of Cable Television: The Problem Of Unfair Competition And The 1976 Copyright Act, David Bowman

Hofstra Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Right Of Publicity: A "Haystack In A Hurricane", Richard C. Ausness Jan 1982

The Right Of Publicity: A "Haystack In A Hurricane", Richard C. Ausness

Law Faculty Scholarly Articles

Over the years, entertainers, athletes and other celebrities have sought legal protection for a variety of occupationally related injuries. By virtue of being in the public eye, celebrities often complain that their private lives have somehow been invaded. This concept of invasion of privacy involves damages for mental anguish suffered by virtue of the unwarranted disturbance. However, performers may also suffer injury of an economic, rather than personal, nature. For example, an individual's performance may be used without his or her consent. People will normally pay to watch that entertainer, but where the performance is misappropriated, he is unable ...


The Effect Of The Cable Television Compulsory License On Program Supply In A Deregulated Environment, Andrew G. Ogden Dec 1981

The Effect Of The Cable Television Compulsory License On Program Supply In A Deregulated Environment, Andrew G. Ogden

Andrew G Ogden

The 1976 revision of the Copyright Act declined to impose full copyright liability on cable television for the retransmission of distant non-network programming. Instead, Congress used a compulsory license system to guarantee cable television access to such programming while providing copyright owners some remuneration for its use. This comment analyzes the effect that retention of the compulsory license and other proposed changes to the Copyright Act would have on the supply of television programming in the absence of FCC regulations. The comment concludes that the evidence indicates retention of the compulsory license in the absence of signal importation regulations and ...