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Implied licences in copyright law

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Copyright licences can be implied when the doing of a restricted act is covered neither by the express licence of the copyright owner, nor by one of the statutory limitations and exceptions. The manner in which copyright licences are implied, therefore, holds the key to broadening the scope of permissible acts. In contrast to the rigidity of statutory limitations and exceptions, implied licences are more malleable in being able to respond to a diverse set of circumstances, as the need arises....

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St Peter's College, Oxford
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St Hilda's College, Oxford
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University of Sheffield School of Law
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University of Oxford
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