Publication Date

2014

Abstract

In the past three decades, since the ascendancy of the United States in the process of determining international copyright policy and rules, considerable bitterness has entered debate about copyright. Many individuals have objected to the attitude of the United States government to copyright legal infraction around the world. Many Americans have also protested at their government’s equally vehement attitude to real or alleged copyright infringements of US citizens.

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Book Chapter

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