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5 - The Polish Struggle with the Concept of Copyrightable Work:

A Brief Look at the History and Contemporary Issues

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 June 2019

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A discussion of the definition of copyrightable work, a fundamental concept in copyright law, would certainly require an extensive monograph, or more; and there is no guarantee that such a publication would answer all of the questions raised or reach any kind of clear and decisive conclusion. Nevertheless, we believe that our attempt to discuss this issue from the perspective of one of the member countries of the EU, considering developments over the last 100 years, may be of some value. Polish attempts to approach and regulate this issue reveal, quite aptly, original and interesting approaches that anyone interested in this issue should be made aware of.

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Print publication year: 2019

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