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US Supreme Court rules that doctrine of first sale applies to works made overseas

In the US, the Supreme Court has ruled that the doctrine of first sale, which allows for ‘legally acquired copyrighted works to be resold by their owners’, does apply to works made overseas, reports Publishers Weekly. The ruling comes in the case of Kirtsaeng vs. Wiley, and specifically relied on submissions...

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Category: International news