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A New Approach to U.S. Copyright Policy against Piracy in China
Unformatted Document Text:  19 officials must realize that intellectual property rights are highly regarded among Westerners. As Alford (1995: p.119) asserts, for policymakers of the two countries, it is crucial to “move beyond the written rule itself to a consideration of the broader social and intellectual circumstances, and in particular, the political culture within which law arises and within which it must operate.” If the Chinese had not invented paper or enforced its patent on their innovations, the contemporary Western view of copyright might not have been born, or at least could have been quite different. A broader and pluralistic vision is required to understanding of international copyright policy. References: Alden, E. & McGregor, R. (2001). “Saving private enterprise.” The Financial Times.April 7-8, p.6. Alford, W. P. (1992). “Pressuring the Pirate,” L.A. Times, Jan. 12, p.5. Alford, W. P. (1995). To Steal a Book is an Elegant Offense: Intellectual Property Law in Chinese Civilization. Stanford University Press: Stanford. Associated Press. (2002). “DVD anyone? Fakery persists as China moves into world trade pantheon,” retrieved from CNN.com/WORLD, April 24, [Online] Available at: http://www.cnn.com/2002/WORLD/asiapcf/east/04/18/china.fakery.ap/index.html Bently, L. & Sherman, B. (2001). Intellectual Property Law. New York: Oxford University Press. Bettig, R. V. (1996). Copyrighting Culture: The Political Economy of Intellectual Property. Bouder: Westview Press. Boyle, J. (2001). The Second Enclosure Movement and the Construction of the Public Domain. A preliminary discussion draft for the Conference on the Public Domain at Duke Law School, Nov 9-11. Business Software Alliance. (2001). The BSA Global Piracy Study. [Online] Available at: http://www.bsa.org/resources/2001-05-21.55.pdf CNNIC. (2002). Semiannual Survey Report on the Development of China’s Internet.[Online] Available at: http://www.cnnic.net.cn/develst/rep200201-e.shtml Corbett, R. J. T. (2001). “Protecting and Enforcing Intellectual Property Rights In Developing Countries,” International Lawyer, Fall, pp. 1083-1103

Authors: Mun, Seung-Hwan.
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officials must realize that intellectual property rights are highly regarded among
Westerners. As Alford (1995: p.119) asserts, for policymakers of the two countries, it is
crucial to “move beyond the written rule itself to a consideration of the broader social and
intellectual circumstances, and in particular, the political culture within which law arises
and within which it must operate.” If the Chinese had not invented paper or enforced its
patent on their innovations, the contemporary Western view of copyright might not have
been born, or at least could have been quite different. A broader and pluralistic vision is
required to understanding of international copyright policy.
References:
Alden, E. & McGregor, R. (2001). “Saving private enterprise.” The Financial Times.
April 7-8, p.6.

Alford, W. P. (1992). “Pressuring the Pirate,” L.A. Times, Jan. 12, p.5.

Alford, W. P. (1995). To Steal a Book is an Elegant Offense: Intellectual Property Law in
Chinese Civilization
. Stanford University Press: Stanford.

Associated Press. (2002). “DVD anyone? Fakery persists as China moves into world
trade pantheon,” retrieved from CNN.com/WORLD, April 24, [Online] Available at:
http://www.cnn.com/2002/WORLD/asiapcf/east/04/18/china.fakery.ap/index.html
Bently, L. & Sherman, B. (2001). Intellectual Property Law. New York: Oxford
University Press.

Bettig, R. V. (1996). Copyrighting Culture: The Political Economy of Intellectual
Property
. Bouder: Westview Press.

Boyle, J. (2001). The Second Enclosure Movement and the Construction of the Public
Domain
. A preliminary discussion draft for the Conference on the Public Domain at
Duke Law School, Nov 9-11.

Business Software Alliance. (2001). The BSA Global Piracy Study. [Online] Available at:
http://www.bsa.org/resources/2001-05-21.55.pdf
CNNIC. (2002). Semiannual Survey Report on the Development of China’s Internet.
[Online] Available at:
http://www.cnnic.net.cn/develst/rep200201-e.shtml
Corbett, R. J. T. (2001). “Protecting and Enforcing Intellectual Property Rights
In Developing Countries,” International Lawyer, Fall, pp. 1083-1103


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