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Fairness Rocks News Unwaivable equitable remuneration rights for performers: disruption or balancing of interests?

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Author: Ananay Aguilar

Date: January 20, 2019

Original Source: Kluwer Copyright Blog

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Unwaivable equitable remuneration rights for performers: disruption or balancing of interests?

In an article recently published in the JIPITEC (and available here), I examined parts of the ongoing copyright reform process drawing on a case study on the Fair Internet for Performers Campaign. This process has been characterised by strong discourses centred on ‘fairness’. Using discourse analysis, I found the concept of fairness to be mostly dependent on the stakeholders’ relative bargaining power and framed by neo-liberal thought.

Read more: http://copyrightblog.kluweriplaw.com/2019/01/20/