Phonogram


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Phonogram

 

an official message received or intended for transmission over the telephone. A phonogram may contain an order, instruction, request, or notification. Once received and registered, a phonogram has the status of a document.

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64 of 1999 Concerning Intellectual Property Rights (K-CL 64/1999) accordingly lacks any reference to the legal protection of the technological measures protecting rights of authors, performers, phonogram producers, and broadcasters in digital the rights context.
81) In response, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) stepped in to create two new treaties: the WIPO Copyright Treaty (WCT) and the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty (WPPT).
Although many rimes exist, 40 years ago Wylie and Durrell (1970) identified 37 high-frequency phonograms, or rimes, that are found in about 500 primary-level words.
4] See Preamble of WIPO Copyright Treaty (WCT) and the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty (WPPT) 'Recognizing the need to maintain a balance between the rights of authors and the larger public interest, particularly education, research and access to information, as reflected in the Berne Convention' and the Preamble of Directive 2001/29/EC (Recital 31): 'A fair balance of rights and interests between the different categories of rightholders, as well as between the different categories of rightholders and users of protected subject-matter must be safeguarded .
Second, in Section III, which is devoted to neighboring rights, there is a provision allowing 1) performance, 2) broadcasting, and 3) transmission by cable to the general public of a phonogram without the permission of the producer or the performer of the musical work.
notice with formalities pertaining to protection of phonograms.
The phonogram created by the phonograph is literally and figuratively reduced to the scale of print, to emphasize that we are looking at a written record rather than hearing the words spoken by Browning.
1 performers shall have the rights of preventing the unauthorised fixation of their performance on a phonogram (for example the recording of a live musical performance).
The 68 track compilation features all of Quo's hit singles from the Vertigo, Phonogram and Universal Records era, together with classic album tracks, 17 previously unreleased tracks and nine other rarities.
the WIPO Performances and Phonogram Treaty (Geneva 1996).
Same as everyone, I was a waitress, a barmaid, a receptionist then I got a job at a record company, Phonogram, on the PR side.
Cora was signed to Phonogram records in the 1990s, and her band Darlingheart toured with Radiohead and Blur before the momentum of a career in acting and directing took over.