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Jorgen Blomqvist (Honorary Professor of International Copyright, University of Copenhagen, Denmark) presents Primer on International Copyright and Related Rights, a scholarly introduction to the international standards of copyright and related rights.
This is the impetus for this Article; what follows is a proposal for a mechanism for international copyright litigation.
The proposed mechanism is the next needed development in international copyright law.
Ultimately, the proposed mechanism is intended to resolve some of the existing problems related to international copyright litigation that have been aggravated by the advent of the digital age.
(2.) Professor Gervais defines four stages of development of international copyright conventions: the pre-1883 bilateral phase; the 1883-1971 BIRPI phase (so named for the Bureaux Internationaux Reunis pour la Protection de la Propriete Intellectuelle under which the Paris and Berne Conventions were administered); the 1971-1994 TRIPs phase, which included the signing of the 1971 Paris Act of the Berne Convention and the negotiation of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights; and the now current, post-1994 paradigmatic phase in which new technologies have new challenges.
Woodward, TRIPs and NAFTA's Chapter 17: How Will Trade-Related Multilateral Agreements Affect International Copyright?, 31 TEX.
Pietsch, International Copyright Infringement and the Internet: An Analysis of the Existing Means of Enforcement, 24 HASTINGS COMM.
did not sign the Berne International Copyright Convention (1886), and thus, until the formulating of the Universal Copyright Convention, under the auspices of UNESCO, a certain confusion existed in the field of U.S.
Written for attorneys representing both owners and users of copyrighted material, the handbook analyzes the basics of copyright protection, the elements of copyright infringement, international copyright laws, copyright protection in cyberspace, legal decisions, specific legislation, including the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and the Uniform Computer Technology Act, and new technologies being used to manage the use and distribution of digital information.

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