South African Cultural Observatory

COPYRIGHT - Public and stakeholder perceptions and concerns on current copyright and performers legislation and proposed amendments

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COPYRIGHT - Public and stakeholder perceptions and concerns on current copyright and performers legislation and proposed amendments The main goals of the research are to: (1) Provide an overview of the current documented positions being taken by parties supporting and opposing the legislation (including but not limited to “fair use versus fair dealing” as well as retrospective clauses) being held by stakeholders within and outside of the Cultural and Creative Industries); (2) Identify the key points of agreement and contention; (3) Identify the possible economic impact of the proposed implementation based on the points of agreement and/or contention; (4) Identify which positions are the most beneficial to the South African economy and the Cultural and Creative Sector; and, (5) Propose a consolidated DSAC policy position.
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