Making Sense of the Right of Communication to the Public- Does Implied Licence have an Answer?

Event Date

From Wednesday 19 Feb 2020 - 05:00 PM To Wednesday 19 Feb 2020 - 06:00 PM


Lee Sheridan Conference Room, Eu Tong Sen Building, NUS Law (Bukit Timah Campus)


National University of Singapore Faculty of Law

Practice Area

Intellectual Property

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Public CPD Points


Event Outline

Dr Mysoor’s presentation explores whether the flexibilities ingrained in the doctrine of implied licence can be pressed into service to make better sense of the right of communication to the public. On the back of a robust methodology guiding the implication of a copyright licence, her presentation explores the extent to which implied licences can deal with the access to infringing content on the internet in a way that brings about a better balance among the interests of various stakeholders

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