КРИТЕРИИ ПРИЗНАНИЯ ПРОИЗВЕДЕНИЯ ПРОИЗВОДНЫМ В США

https://doi.org/10.24031/1992-2043-2022-22-4-221-243

В статье описываются основные вопросы, возникающие при создании и использовании производных произведений в США. По мере развития технологии и изменения подходов законодателя к регулированию производных произведений менялась судебная практика и уточнялись критерии признания произведения производным, как для защиты прав на него, так и для оценки правомерности использования произведения путем переработки без согласия его правообладателя. В статье также приводятся критика действующего регулирования и некоторые предложения по его изменению.

Ключевые слова: авторское право; произведение; переработка; производное произведение; свободное использование; ответственность за нарушение исключительного права.

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Information about the author

Turkina A.E. (Moscow, Russia) – Master of Private law (Russian School of Private law), Scientific of the Alexeev Private law Research Centre under the President of the Russian Federation (8, Bldg. 2 Ilyinka St., Moscow, 103132, Russia; e-mail: sanasea@yandex.ru).

CRITERIA FOR RECOGNITION OF THE WORK AS A DERIVATIVE IN THE USA

https://doi.org/10.24031/1992-2043-2022-22-4-221-243

The article describes the main issues that arise while creating and using derivative works in the United States. With the development of technology and changes in the approaches of the legislator to the regulation of the derivative works, case law changed and the criteria for recognizing a work as a derivative were clarified, both to protect the rights to it and to assess the legality of using the work while creating derivative works without the consent of its rightholder. The article also provides criticism of the current regulation and some suggestions for changing it.

 

Keywords: copyright; work; derivative work; fair use; liability for violation of the exclusive right.

 

References

Boyd S.S. Deriving Originality in Derivative works: Considering the Quantum of Originality Needed to attain Copyright Protection in a Derivative work // Santa Clara law Review. 2000. vol. 40.

Cohen A.B. when Does a work infringe the Derivative works Right of a Copyright Owner // Cardozo arts & Entertainment law Journal. 1999. vol. 17.

Deneau K. The Historical Development and Misplaced Justification for the Derivative work Right // Boston University Journal of Science & Technology law. 2013. vol. 19.

Lisby G.C. web Site Framing: Copyright infringement through the Creation of an Unauthorized Derivative work // Communication law and Policy. 2001. vol. 6.

Nielander T.E. The Mighty Morphin Ninja Mallard: The Standard for analysis of Derivative work infringement in the Digital age // Texas wesleyan law Review. 1997. vol. 4.

Ogilvy P.W. Frozen in Time – New Technologies, Fixation, and the Derivative work Right // vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology law. 2006. vol. 8.

Peters T.C. infringement of the adaptation Right: a Derivative work Need Not Be Fixed for the law to Be Broken // Journal of the Copyright Society of the U.S.a. 2006. vol. 53.

Samuelson P. The Quest for a Sound Conception of Copyright’s Derivative work Right // Georgetown law Journal. 2013. vol. 101.

Zybert S.E. The Derivative work Right: incentive or Hindrance for New literature // Connecticut law Review. 2013. vol. 45.

Information about the author

Turkina A.E. (Moscow, Russia) – Master of Private law (Russian School of Private law), Scientific of the Alexeev Private law Research Centre under the President of the Russian Federation (8, Bldg. 2 Ilyinka St., Moscow, 103132, Russia; e-mail: sanasea@yandex.ru).