Berne Convention

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The Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works: an international convention of September 1886 that sets out ground rules for protection of copyright at national level; it has since been amended several times. Many nations are signatories to the Convention, including the UK and, more recently, the United States. See also TRIPS.

Subjects: Law — Environmental Science.

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