Analyse prospective de la rémunération des auteurs, artistes-interprètes et producteurs à l’ère de la numérisation
The authors analyse the present and coming financial consequences of the revolution caused by the new communication media (TV broadcast, DVD, internet…) towards the diffusion of literary and artistic works protected by intellectual property laws to an increasingly larger public. They successively describe the ongoing extension of the sense of protected works, the concomitant increase of incomes of property rights and the problems raised by the protection of these rights against piracy (Hadopi law), and finally the management perspectives of these rights by means of new legal licences controlled by companies in charge of collecting and distributing royalties (Sociétés de Perception et de Répartition des Droits - SPRD).
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