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Title: Promoting innovation and development by rethinking the role of copyright limitations and exceptions in Vietnam
Authors: Nhan, Dinh Thi Thanh
Keywords: Access to knowledge
Berne convention
Copyright limitations and exceptions
Developing countries
Fair dealing
Fair use
Vietnam limitations and exceptions
Vietnam copyright
Issue Date: 2016
Series/Report no.: Queensland University of Technology;
Abstract: This thesis examines how Vietnamese copyright law should develop to promote innovation and development in the digital age. It focuses on the important role of limitations and exceptions to copyright in encouraging access to and reuse of copyright material. This research provide important recommendations for how the scope of copyright limitations and exceptions might be expanded by adopting fair use in order to embrace new opportunities provided by the digital economy. Furthermore, it suggests that Vietnam should extend the scope of some important provisions that provide privileges for education, libraries and people with disabilities.
URI: https://eprints.qut.edu.au/92606/1/Thi%20Thanh%20Nhan_Dinh_Thesis.pdf
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