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Modern Problems of Protection of Authors of Literary and Artistic Work

Student: Roman Shekhman

Supervisor: Alexander Sergeev

Faculty: School of Law

Educational Programme: Civil Law and Commercial Law (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

This final qualifying work is devoted to contemporary problems of the protection of the right of authors of literary and artistic works. An analysis of the historical development of copyright has been made with the aim of identifying key factors affecting the development of this right-wing institution. The most detailed problems are related to the protection of copyright in the Internet, since it is this resource that is most used for the distribution of their works by authors, and as a result, the number of copyright infringements in the Internet environment is very high. In general, the problems were considered comprehensively for all types of works. but also noted the peculiarities of the problem of protection of the rights of literary and artistic authors.

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