Changing Tides of Collective Licensing in China
Michigan State International Law Review, Vol. 21:3, 2013
22 Pages Posted: 18 Apr 2014
Date Written: November 30, 2013
The article examines the reform of collective copyright licensing in China. An overview of the copyright reform in the country in which the employment of an extended collective license system was affirmed by Chinese legislature. Also discussed are the transparent governance and dispute resolution mechanisms of collective rights management organizations (CMOs) in the country, and the copyright enforcement infrastructure in the digital era.
Keywords: Copyright licenses; Copyright-China; Group rights; Dispute resolution (Law)-China; Transparency in government
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