Séoul et le droit d’auteur

Le Committee on Copyright and other Legal Matters de l’IFLA nous propose son programme pour le congrès annuel de cette association internationale d’envergure du monde des bibliothèques. Le voici reproduit en anglais :

CLM Program, Seoul
Monday, August 21, 2006, 13:34 * 18:00
COEX 102 – 104

International Issues

Google Book Project – Library and Legal Perspectives
RONALD MILNE (Bodley’s Library, Oxford, UK) and JONATHAN BAND (policybandwidth.com, Washington, DC, USA)

The Korea – USA Free Trade Agreement
HEESEOB NAM (IPLeft, Seoul, Korea)

Copyright and Access to Knowledge: Flexibilities in Copyright Laws in 11 Asian Countries
RAJESWARI KANNIAH (Consumers International, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

WIPO’s Program for Libraries: How WIPO and Libraries Can Help Each Other
GEIDY LUNG (WIPO, Geneva, Switzerland)

The WIPO Broadcasting Treaty – Why Libraries Should Oppose This Treaty
HARALD VON HIELMCRONE (Statsbiblioteket, Aarhus, Denmark)

WIPO Development Agenda – 2006: A Brief Update

National Issues

Orphan Works – The US Examines Ways of Making Orphan Works More Accessible to Users
ROBERT OAKLEY (Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA)

Public Domain Registry in Canada
VICTORIA OWEN (University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada)

Rethinking Copyright Exceptions and Limitations in the Digital Age: The Section 108 Study Group Process in the US
JAMES NEAL (Columbia University, New York, NY, USA)

The SUBITO Case in Germany: Implications for Libraries
HARALD MUELLER (Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg, Germany)

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