Monday, 24 September 2012

Fair use and copyright in Argentina: is the tide turning?

"Two Key Laws For The Public Domain Fare Differently In Argentine Congress" is the title of a recent post on Intellectual Property Watch by Maximiliano Marzetti. It provides comment on two legislative proposals that would relax the country's very low degree of official tolerance of fair use with regard to copyright-protected works (indeed, Argentina's laws extend even beyond the normal copyright term via the domaine public payant).

You can read the full text of this piece here.

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