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Copyright isn't for everyone: copyright formalities as a response to authors' needs in the digital age

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The online environment has empowered authors to act on intrinsic and non-commercial motivations for creating and disseminating works in unprecedented ways that conflict with copyright􀂶s exclusivity. While all-rights-reserved copyright remains vital to traditional content industries, it is no longer suitable for non-traditional online creators who aim for their works to reach the widest possible audience. The resulting misalignment between copyright law and the terms on which authors wish m...

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SSD
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Law
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Type of award:
MPhil
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Masters
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University of Oxford
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2023-01-14

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