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Bern Convention:

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right granted by statute to the author or originator of certain literary, artistic, and musical productions whereby for a limited period of time he or she controls the use of the product.
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66) See Contracting Parties or Signatories to Treaties Administered by WIPO; Members of the WIPO Governing Bodies and Committees, Berne Convention ,for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, at http://www.
2) With regard to copyright, in particular, the TRIPS Agreement incorporates the substantive protections of the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works.
Unlike the Berne Convention which mandated no formalities, in the U.
from the text of the Berne Convention in view of its rather old status
2) Parker wrote, however, from the perspective of English-language publishing when he maintained that "the flood of pirated reprints dried up" in Canada by the end of the century, after the United States resisted joining the Berne Convention but passed the Chace Act in 1891 and entered into a reciprocal agreement on copyright with Great Britain.
The Berne Convention was the first treaty created to address copyright issues.
44) For instance, the Berne Convention dispenses with formalities such as the copyright symbol ([C]), the name of the copyright proprietor, and the year of first publication, which the U.
would comply with Berne Convention obligations as to term.
Today, WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization), a special agency of the United Nations, has a legal definition of computer programs that claims they deserve the same protection "as literary works within the meaning of Article 2 of the Berne Convention.
The basis on which these rights are granted can be found in the Berne Convention (for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works) which, in its 1979 amendment, stated that, as cable operators' signals are distinct from the originating broadcaster, their transmission must be treated as a separate entity and are therefore subject to the payment of a royalty.
Lebanon is member of the Berne Convention which asks its members to take all necessary judicial measures to guarantee sufficient and effective protection of copyright holders through juridical means.