24 Pages Posted: 21 Mar 2019
University of Arizona – Arizona Law Journal of Emerging Technologies
Date Written: February 27, 2019
Copyright ownership of literary or artistic work has been delineated through international laws for over three hundred years. The nature and design of reproduction methods implicating technology from the printing press to data file storage has been an important aspect of recording an original author ownership within this context. The interconnected computer system of the internet relates important issues of jurisdiction, identification of ownership, enforcement of ownership claims, and possible conflicting parameters in the international scenario of file data file storage and transmission. The feasibility of showing a direct traceable injury that can be redressed within sound and video or image formats of files and within live or recorded media is a significant factor in cases that have been filed with changes in future approach to these cases being a valuable aspect to plaintiffs.
Keywords: Internet, Copyright, Property, International