International Copyright: Principles, Law, and Practice

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WIPO COPYRIGHT TREATY [WITH AGREED STATEMENTS CONCERNING THE WIPO
COPYRIGHT TREATY]

[Adopted by the Diplomatic Conference on December 20, 1996 (Geneva)]

Contents

Preamble

Article 1: Relation to the Berne Convention

Article 2: Scope of Copyright Protection

Article 3: Application of Articles 2 to 6 of the Berne Convention

Article 4: Computer Programs

Article 5: Compilations of Data (Databases)

Article 6: Right of Distribution

Article 7: Right of Rental

Article 8: Right of Communication to the Public

Article 9: Duration of the Protection of Photographic Works

Article 10: Limitations and Exceptions

Article 11: Obligations concerning Technological Measures

Article 12: Obligations concerning Rights Management Information

Article 13: Application in Time

Article 14: Provisions on Enforcement of Rights

Article 15: Assembly

Article 16: International Bureau

Article 17: Eligibility for Becoming Party to the Treaty

Article 18: Rights and Obligations under the Treaty

Article 19: Signature of the Treaty

Article 20: Entry into Force of the Treaty

Article 21: Effective Date of Becoming Party to the Treaty

Article 22: No Reservations to the Treaty

Article 23: Denunciation of the Treaty

Article 24: Languages of the Treaty

Article 25: Depositary


PREAMBLE

The Contracting Parties,

Desiring to develop and maintain the protection of the rights of authors in their literary and artistic works in a manner as effective and uniform as possible,

Recognizing the need to introduce new international rules and clarify the interpretation of certain existing rules in order to provide adequate solutions to the questions raised by new economic, social, cultural and technological developments,

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