Swedish Supreme Court defines scope of freedom of panorama

Malovic, Nedim
October 2016
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice;Oct2016, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p736
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Swedish Supreme Court case Bildupphovsrätt i Sverige (BUS) ek. för. v Wikimedia Sverige, Ö which deals with the copyright infringement of visual art.


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