<<On Wed, 22 Aug 2001 20:04:46 +0400, "Andrey A. Chernov" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:

> I mean common part of international copyright law.

There is no such thing as ``international copyright law''.  There is
only national copyright law.  Parties to the various international
copyright conventions agree to harmonize their national law to meet a
particular standard of protection, but I'm not aware of any case where
such a convention was enacted directly into law.  (In the case of the
US, the Berne Convention was implemented as amendments to title 17 of
the United States Code.  US law provides for only a limited right of
attribution, which does not apply to ``literary works''.)


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