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USING COPYRIGHT LAW TO ENHANCE EDUCATION FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: AN ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL EXCEPTIONS, WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO UGANDA
(Queen Mary University of London, 2014-06-27)
Strict enforcement of copyright in least developed countries like Uganda would negatively affect realisation of the right to education which is both intrinsic and instrumental to realisation of economic development goals ...
Digital Rights Management and the Rights of End-Users.
(Queen Mary University of London, 2013)
Digital Rights Management systems (DRM) are frequently used by rightsholders in order to protect their works from the, very high indeed, possibility to be copied, altered or distributed without authorisation by users who ...
Online Re-creation Culture in the 21st Century: the Reconciliation between Copyright Holders, Online Re-creators and the Public Interest
(Queen Mary University of London, 2017-01-16)
In the online culture of the 21st century, people worldwide re-create and disseminate works by using existing works. Facilitated by the Internet and digital technologies, ―online re-creations‖ have become much more common, ...