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- Subject: Urheberrecht: PAML
- From: Johannes Ulbricht <Johannes_Ulbricht@csi.com>
- Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1999 21:43:32 +0200
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Title: Acting on artists' Net rights
Resource Type: News Article
Date: Tuesday 24 August 1999
Author: JENNY SINCLAIR
Keywords: INT PROP ,DIGITAL ARTISTS ,A/V CONTENT ,COPYRIGHT ISSUES
THE DIGITAL age has created a minefield of intellectual property rights and
creative issues for performing artists and the publishers of multimedia
a pioneering Victorian project has found.
The Performing Arts Media Library (PAML) project has uncovered issues
ranging from yet-to-be-invented uses for digital content to protecting artists'
rights to their performances.
The project was run jointly by Cinemedia, Multimedia Victoria and the
Federal Department of Communication and the Arts. Four Victorian arts groups
produced CD-Roms and Websites based on their performances to test the new
issues raised by digital recording and delivery of their work.
Added: Wed Aug 25 0:25:16 -040 1999
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