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By Sybil Foreman

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ISBN-13: 9788132335306

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Copyright implementation is done with the coordination of the IPO and the Copyright Division of the National Library of the Philippines. Classes The Intellectual Property Code splits works that may be copyrighted into 17 classes, listed from A to Q. While all the classes listed are specifically for copyrighted material, trademarks and other forms of intellectual property, depending on what it is, are covered as well. Patents do not have a category. ) G: Art products (drawings, paintings. ) J: Scientific and technical drawings K: Photographs and cinematographic works made in a process similar to photography L: Audio-visual works and cinematographic works made in a process similar to making audio-visual works M: Pictures used in advertising (includes logos) N: Computer programs O: Other works not covered in classes A-N of a literary, scholarly, scientific, or artistic nature P: Sound recordings Q: Broadcasts Fair use Section 185 of the Intellectual Property Code provides for fair use of copyrighted material.

The draft did not succeed, however, in being voted before the end of the legislature in 1939. New discussions were engaged during the Vichy regime, initiated by a corporatist organism , presided by three jurists, François Hepp, René Dommange, and Paul Lerebours-Pigeonnières . Both Hepp and Dommange had been at the forefront of the battle against Jean Zay's draft law during the Popular Front . During the Fourth Republic, 13 years of debate modernized the law by the March 11, 1957 Act, which was in continuity with the Vichy proposals — a continuity proudly highlighted by François Hepp .

History of domestic copyright legislation The origins of copyright Copyright—the idea that an author of a work has rights on the uses and the reproduction of the work— originated in the field of literature. With the inventions of the printing press and of movable type, copies of literary works could be made quicker and cheaper than before, and the works could be disseminated more widely. But the unrestricted rivalry amongst print shops led quickly to the dissemination of competing and unauthorized editions of various works, which diminished prospects of any payment, or even entailed loss, for the authors, editors, and printers of the original issue, and thus discouraged further undertaking.

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