International Copyright: Principles, Law, and Practice

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WIPO PERFORMANCES AND PHONOGRAMS
TREATY [WITH AGREED STATEMENTS
CONCERNING THE WIPO PERFORMANCES
AND PHONOGRAMS TREATY]

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

Contents

Preamble

Chapter I: General Provisions

Article 1: Relation to Other Conventions

Article 2: Definitions

Article 3: Beneficiaries of Protection under this Treaty

Article 4: National Treatment

Chapter II: Rights of Performers

Article 5: Moral Rights of Performers

Article 6: Economic Rights of Performers in their Unfixed Performances

Article 7: Right of Reproduction

Article 8: Right of Distribution

Article 9: Right of Rental

Article 10: Right of Making Available of Fixed Performances

Chapter III: Rights of Producers of Phonograms

Article 11: Right of Reproduction

Article 12: Right of Distribution

Article 13: Right of Rental

Article 14: Right of Making Available of Phonograms

Chapter IV: Common Provisions

Article 15: Right to Remuneration for Broadcasting and Communication to the Public

Article 16: Limitations and Exceptions

Article 17: Term of Protection

Article 18: Obligations concerning Technological Measures

Article 19: Obligations concerning Rights Management Information

Article 20: Formalities

Article 21: Reservations

Article 22: Application in Time

Article 23: Provisions on Enforcement of Rights

Chapter V: Administrative and Final Clauses

Article 24: Assembly

Article 25: International Bureau

Article 26: Eligibility for Becoming Party to the Treaty

Article 27: Rights and Obligations under the Treaty

Article 28: Signature of the Treaty

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