Copyright Protection in Romania and Italy
In European countries, copyright protection is provided independent of any formal performance. According to the Italian and the Romanian legal system, the protection of the authors’ interests is prioritary. The rights of authors on their intellectual creations are protected by law in most countries. The reason of this protection of the rights of creators is given by the need to stimulate and support creative individuals and by the need to make the results of this creativity to be available by the widest dissemination. Copyright regards specific forms of creativity, primarily related to mass communication. They also relate to almost all forms and methods of public communication, not only to printed publications but also to those broadcasted by radio and television bodies, to the public representation of films in cinemas, etc. and even to computer systems, for storing and retrieving information.
Volume (Year): XIII (2013)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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