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Picking up blacked-out sports events via satellite dish antenna : first down and goal to go.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
1987
Copyright date:
1987
Publication:
New York, New York : Jointly published by Columbia University School of Law and Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, [1987]
Copyright notice:
©1987
Format:
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • pages 359-472 : illustration ; 25 cm
Note:
Symposium issue of Columbia-VLA journal of law & the arts, volume 11, number 3 (spring 1987). At head of title: Symposium presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of American Law Schools. Cover title.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Introduction / Leonard D. DuBoff
  • Pirating satellite signals of blacked-out sports events : a historical and policy perspective / Gary R. Roberts
  • Satellite dish antenna reception : copyright protection of live broadcasts and the doctrine of anticipatory infringement / Charles R. McManis
  • Antenna dilemma : the exemption from copyright liability for public performance using technology commons in the home / Francis M. Nevins
  • Calling offensive signals against unauthorized showing of blacked-out football games : can the Communications Act carry the ball? / David M. Rice
  • [Articles]. Battles over agreements concerning simultaneous cable distribution of broadcasting programs in the Netherlands / Herman Cohen Jehoram
  • Copyright issues concerning the publication of Samizdat literature in the United States / Alice F. Yurke.
Contributor:
Columbia University. School of Law.
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
Association of American Law Schools Meeting (1986 : New Orleans, La.)
Related Work:
Columbia-VLA journal of law & the arts.
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