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Copyright and creation: Repositioning the argument

Bustinza, Oscar F.; Parry, Glenn; Bustinza, Oscar; Vendrell-Herrero, Ferran

Authors

Oscar F. Bustinza

Oscar Bustinza

Ferran Vendrell-Herrero ferran.vendrell-herrero@uwe.ac.uk

Abstract

Purpose: This paper highlights the challenges and key arguments for digital copyright protection legislation for creative industries. Design/methodology/approach: This briefing is prepared by independent academics who place the arguments in context based upon literature and market data. Findings: Many of the arguments used against copyright protection laws draw upon flawed analysis. Artistic creators should be treated fairly and their work should be afforded the same protection as other property. Practical implications: Digital legislation warrants review, but not for the frequently cited reasons of "stifling innovation" or "restriction" of others using the work. Rather, artists need better protection for their work and fairer treatment with regards their property rights. Originality/value: The paper provides context and practical insights into the data used to influence policy decision makers, providing a stronger case for legislative review. © Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Jan 1, 2014
Journal Strategic Direction
Publisher Emerald
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 30
Issue 3
Pages 32-35
Institution Citation Bustinza, O. F., Parry, G., Bustinza, O., & Vendrell-Herrero, F. (2014). Copyright and creation: Repositioning the argument. Strategic Direction, 30(3), 32-35. https://doi.org/10.1108/SD-11-2013-0092
DOI https://doi.org/10.1108/SD-11-2013-0092
Keywords music, copyright, servitization, business models, creative industries, IPR
Publisher URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/SD-11-2013-0092

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