Session 6 (10:50am-12:40pm)

Fairness, Morality and Ordre Public: What Does it Mean for Access to Copyright Works?

Chair: Christophe Geiger, Center for International Intellectual Property Studies, France
Location: Assembly Hall

Access to Textbooks in Schools in Developing Countries, Copyright, and the Right to Education
Klaus D. Beiter, North-West University, South Africa

Reflecting the Dynamism of ‘Fairness’ in Copyright Law: A Users’ Rights Perspective
Poorna Mysoor, University of Oxford, UK

Transforming Copyright: Fair Use in the Digital World
Glynn Lunney, Texas A&M University, USA

Reconstructing Fairness in Copyright Exemptions
Maurizio Borghi, Bournemouth University, UK

The Fairness of Digital Second-Hand Marketplaces and the Future of the Doctrine of Exhaustion
Péter Mezei, University of Turku, Finland, and University of Toledo College of Law, USA

Copyright Law Reform and Censorship in Iran: Whose Morality?
Lida Ayoubi, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

Game Cheaters in Copyright Law
Tatiana Synodinou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus