What is the Most Important Distinction Between Literary, Dramatic, Musical and Artistic Works ("Authorial Works") on One Hand, and Sound Recordings, Films, Broadcasts and Published - Legal Reasoning

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What is the most important distinction between literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works ("authorial works") on one hand, and sound recordings, films, broadcasts and published editions on the other?

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  • Authorial works have to be recorded in a material form

  • The non-authorial works reward investment

  • Only authorial works have authors

  • Authorial works must be original to be protected; the other works do not have to be original

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Solution

Authorial works must be original to be protected; the other works do not have to be original

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