The Berne Convention, of which 1972 countries are members, is one of the most relevant international acts regarding the copyright. The European Union is part of it, but, at the same time, has, in its own legal system, some rules of different nature (some that come from the Human Rights and some Directives) related to the copyright. The aim of this article is exposing the belonging of the Berne COnvention to ghe European legal system, as well as analyzing the possible use of the text for the relations between indivudals

Author's moral right, EU and CB

Luigi Carlo Ubertazzi
2017

Abstract

The Berne Convention, of which 1972 countries are members, is one of the most relevant international acts regarding the copyright. The European Union is part of it, but, at the same time, has, in its own legal system, some rules of different nature (some that come from the Human Rights and some Directives) related to the copyright. The aim of this article is exposing the belonging of the Berne COnvention to ghe European legal system, as well as analyzing the possible use of the text for the relations between indivudals
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