The Universal Copyright Convention

The Universal Copyright Convention (“UCC”) was an example to the extension and revisions of the Berne Convention. The UCC had the goal of providing a uniform system of copyright laws and to allow for the effective protection of these types of works.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

How did the Paris revisions of the UCC affect rights and obligations?
What is the Berne Safeguard Clause and the implications?


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