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Legal Protection of Authors' and their Subsequent Proprietors' Interests in Usage of their Musical, Photographical and Audiovisual Content on Social Media

ФИО студента: Alina Dolgova

Руководитель: Nikita Ivanov

Кампус/факультет: School of Law

Программа: Civil Law and Commercial Law (Master)

Год защиты: 2019

This paper represents an analysis of topical issues related to exercising exclusive rights on the Internet. The author illustrates the special aspects which come under the relations between copyright holders, social media owners, record labels, and digital distributors. A special focus is placed on causes of occurence of unfavourable conditions for copyright holders and ways to remedy exclusive rights on the Internet.

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