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  • Lee, Nari (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014)
  • Olli, Vilanka (IPR University Center, 2010)
    Starting point in the European individualistic copyright ideology is that an individual author creates a work and controls the use of it. However, this paper argues that it is (and has always been) impossible to control the use of works after their publication. This has also been acknowledged by the legislator, who has introduced collective licensing agreements because of this impossibility. Since it is impossible to rigorously control the use of works this writing "Rough Justice or Zero Tolerance - Reassessing the Nature of Copyright in Light of Collective Licensing" examines what reality of copyright is actually about. Finding alternative (and hopefully more "true") ways to understand copyright helps us to create alternative solutions in order to solve possible problems we have as it comes e.g. to use of content in online environment. The paper makes a claim that copyright is actually about defining negotiation points for different stakeholders and that nothing in the copyright reality prevents us from defining e.g. a new negotiation point where representatives of consumers would meet representatives of right holders in order to agree on the terms of use for certain content types in online environment.
  • Olli Vilanka (Suomalainen Lakimiesyhdistys, 2006)
    Artikkelissa tutkitaan soveltuuko tekijänoikeus linkittämisen sääntelyyn. Selvitys tehdään linkittäjän näkökulmasta.