Copyright law, by its nature, is a balancing act evident behind each provision in a country’s copyright statute. On the one hand, copyright law provides an exclusive bundle of rights to creators, owners and distributors of copyright-protected materials. On the other hand, these rights are limited in time and scope. This is the balance in copyright law.
Balance in Copyright Law: U.S. and Canada
- Scope of rights
- International concepts
- Digital issues
- Moral rights
Want to learn more about the differences between U.S. and Canadian copyright law?
See Canadian and U.S. Copyright Law.