Tag Archives: Copyright Reform

A task of copyright law for the protection of creative labor

Abstract If the paradoxical reality that copyright system which is supposed to protect individual creators serves to exploit creative labor is left unattended, the copyright system is hard to sustain. In order to alleviate the exploitation of creative labor, we need to revise the existing Copyright Act to codify measures warranting fairness rather than freedom …

Problems of the Copyright Act as Amended to Implement Free Trade Agreements

Abstract This article delves into the Copyright Act as amended to implement the Korea-EU and the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreements and reveals inconsistency between them and several provisions of FTAs not being reflected into the Copyright Act. Further the U.S. Copyright Act and Criminal Act are reviewed to show how the U.S. fails to take …