publication . Article . 2009

Some Problems Associated With the Application of Copyright Law Within the Music Industry

Miroslav Skoro;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2009 Journal: Interdisciplinary Management Research, volume 5, pages 831-839
Abstract
This work examines the historical, philosophical and legal particulars relating to copyright law and intellectual property as an intangible work, as well as, the practical application of those rights with emphasis on the particular effects of computerisation and the emergance of the internet on the business results of the music industry. A question is raised as to whether it is businessly ethical for a legal entity to accrue considerable material gain as the result of illegal usage of copywritten material.
Subjects
free text keywords: copyright law, intellectual property, intangible work, music industry, internet, business ethics., jel:K10, jel:K21

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