The Legal Protection of Databases: A Comparative Analysis

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Edward Elgar Publishing, 01.01.2008 - 362 Seiten
Dr Derclaye s book is well structured. . . the methodology is theoretical and comparative. . . Derclaye s work on database law is timely and readable, presenting a sound thesis to the perceived problems. Patricia Akester, Journal of Intellectual Property
 

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1 Identification of the criterion determining adequate database protection
9
PART I The protection of databases in the European Union
41
2 The protection of databases by the sui generis right
43
3 The protection of databases by unfair competition in Europe
150
4 The protection of databases by contract in Europe
174
5 The protection of databases by technological measures and anticircumvention provisions in Europe
191
PART II The United States
223
6 The protection of databases by unfair competition in the United States
225
8 The protection of databases by technological measures and anticircumvention provisions in the United States
238
PART III Proposal for an adequate database protection
247
9 Intellectual property unfair competition or restitution?
249
10 Remedies for over and underprotection and proposed database protection model
271
Conclusion and outlook
300
Bibliography
303
Annex
330
Index
349

7 The protection of databases by contract in the United States
234

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