This book presents an original socio political theoretical framework for assessing developments in copyright law that will interest researchers and post graduate students of law and politics as well as those more particularly concerned with political theory eu and copyright law. Benjamin farrand is lecturer in intellectual property law and policy at the university of strathclyde uk his research predominantly focuses on the interaction between political processes and intellectual property law with particular interest in principles of networked governance technology regulation and human enhancement technologies. Using an interdisciplinary approach that combines legal analysis with political theory such as foucaults networks of power and culpeppers quiet politics farrand explores how success in lobbying for changes in copyright law is the result of complex network relationships perceptions of industry expertise and the . Introduction 1 networks of power quiet politics and political salience establishing a framework for analyzing european digital copyright initiatives 2 european digital copyright law 3 one market divided. Get this from a library networks of power in digital copyright law and policy political salience expertise and the legislative process benjamin farrand focusing in particular on legislative initiatives concerning copyright and the internet this book seeks to explain the reasons why copyright law in the eu has developed in a way perceived to be
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