Copyright and International Negotiations: An Engine of Free Expression in China?

  • By Ge Chen
  • Pages 289
  • Year 2017
  • Publisher Cambridge University Press
  • Language en
  • ISBN 9781107163454
  • File Size 2.53 MB
  • File Format PDF
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Copyright and International Negotiations provides a historical study of the development of Chinese copyright law in terms of China's contemporary political economy and the impact that international copyright law has had. The analysis shows how China's copyright system is intertwined with censorship and international copyright law and how this has affected freedom of expression. China still enforces an old censorship regime that clamps down on free expression despite a modern system of copyright rules which should function as an engine of free expression. The book explores the development and architecture of Chinese copyright law in parallel with international copyright law, clarifies China's nuanced patterns of the control of free expression through copyright law, and identifies a breakthrough for neutralising the impact of China's censorship policies through copyright law.

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