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  • Although listed as "strictly protected" under the Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats, also known as The Berne Convention, pilot whales in the Faroes Islands are anything but that.

    Deborah Bassett: Faroe Islands Pilot Whale Massacre Exposed by Undercover Activist

  • In 1994, Congress sought to give protection to foreign works, part of an effort to implement the Berne Convention, a treaty that gives U.S. works reciprocal protection overseas.

    Copyright Law Challenged

  • So the Berne Convention is dangerous bullshit in itself.

    Friends don’t spy on friends

  • In addition, although copyright policy makers point to Europe and the Berne Convention as a key source for the heirs assumption, European debates that serve as the basis for the Berne Convention offer surprising and almost prescient sensitivity to ideas that are found today in the access to knowledge movement.

    Desai on the history of the role of heirs in copyright

  • That the entire work is not reproduced is an aggravation, not a mitigation, since it violates the author's moral right under the Berne Convention to bar truncation of the work...


  • A further thing which could be profitably adopted by the US would be the rule of shorter term in the Berne Convention.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Moral Panics and Copyright Law

  • Of these 109 species 37 are included in the Swiss Red List of Endangered Species, and 21 are protected by the Berne Convention.

    Monte San Giorgio, Switzerland

  • * When the Berne Convention codified international copyright rules.

    Mark Twain

  • Even though Cuba was not a member of the Berne Convention, both Germany and the US and, for that matter, the UK were at all relevant times.

    Scrivener's Error

  • Moreover, as explained in this circular, the changes brought about under the Copyright Act of 1976, the Berne Convention

    Supplementary Copyright Statutes, US Copy. Office


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