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Transnational Copyright: Misalignments Between Regulation, Business Models and User Practice

In this paper we analyse discursive struggles over what is referred to as legal and illegal user practices in the internet as an outcome of regulatory uncertainty. The latter, in turn, is examined in the context of a multi-layered transnational copyright regime characterised by three features:... Full description

1st Person: Dobusch, Leonhard
Additional Persons: Quack, Sigrid
Type of Publication: Paper
Published: Toronto Osgoode Hall Law School 2012
Series: Osgoode CLPE research paper
TBGI project subseries
Keywords: International regime complexity > copyright regulation > regulatory uncertainty > internet-based business models > internet user practices
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