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dc.contributor.authorTūbaitė-Stalauskienė, Asta-
dc.description.abstractIn the European Union, Copyright law is not uniform. There are a number of EU Directives concerning copyright law, which form an exhaustive list of limitations and exceptions, most of which are optional. The optional nature of limitations and exceptions is a significant obstacle to effective harmonisation in the Member States, which creates legal uncertainty for rightsholders and users. The aim of this article is to examine limitations and exceptions under the current EU copyright law, to analyse what efforts the European Commission, the Council and the Parliament have undertaken in order to reform EU copyright and to present other possible options for reform regarding exceptions and limitations in the
dc.relation.ispartofBaltic Journal of Law & Politics, 2018 vol. 11, iss. 2, p. 155-181lt
dc.rightsSutarties data 2018-01-30, nr. A1806, laisvai prieinamas internetelt
dc.subjectEU copyright lawlt
dc.subjectInformation Society Directive 2001/29/EClt
dc.subjectExceptions and limitationslt
dc.subjectTeaching exceptionlt
dc.subjectTeaching exceptionlt
dc.subjectPreservation of cultural heritagelt
dc.titleEU copyright law: developing exceptions and limitations systematically – an analysis of recent legislative proposalslt
dc.typeStraipsnis / Articlelt
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