Fair Use and Traditional Cultural Expressions

ANU Press
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Making Copyright Work for the Asian Pacific: Juxtaposing Harmonisation with Flexibility, 2018, pp. 75 - 94
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Indigenous knowledge may be broadly described as the system of knowledge developed and maintained by Indigenous and local communities and transmitted from generation to generation and includes: [L]iterary, artistic or scientific works; performances; inventions; scientific discoveries; designs; marks; names and symbols; undisclosed information; and all other tradition-based innovations and creations resulting from intellectual activity in the industrial, scientific, literary or artistic fields.3
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