Art University Copyright Advice
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Art University Copyright Advice

Can a snowman be protected by copyright law? What about hairy underwear? Does a programmer have paternity rights? How is the length of copyright term on an opera calculated?

Concrete and easy to understand answers to these and many more questions regarding copyright in the creative field can be found within this wiki space of the Art University Copyright Advice. The materials cover copyright issues in areas of:

The online copyright materials were compiled with support from the Ministry of Education and Culture. The project's steering group is comprised of representatives from the universities that maintain the Copyright Advisory Service, including the Aalto University, the Theatre Academy, the Sibelius Academy and the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts. The online content was initially compiled and written by Jukka Jäske, Master of Law, Tiina Nevanperä, Master of Art and Master of Law, and Copyright Attorney Maria Rehbinder, Master of Law. Images and illustrations by Sanna Vilmusenaho and Anna Keune.

 

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Art University Copyright Advice by Maria Rehbinder, Jukka Jäske, Tiina Nevanperä is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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