Podcast: Presumed Intentions and the Copyright Bargain: Digital Copyright Reform, the Making Available Right, and Implied Licence for Public Body Uses of Copyrighted Works - 6 May 2009

This lecture addresses the separate issue of the copyright implications for government-facilitated online access to materials in which copyright is owned by third parties. The lecture analyses the extent to which the Crown is permitted to use private copyrighted materials and, in turn, the extent to which the Crown can make those works available to the public, considering in particular the theories of implied licence and waiver.


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