Indonesian Copyright Law

Toko buku hukum online ini menawarkan produk buku-buku hukum terbitan Tatanusa. Apabila kurang jelas, silahkan hubungi kami ke: (021) 743 4810; 742-8765 atau SMS 0816 135 6892

Kategori: Buku Referensi


Indonesian Copyright Law
 

KAEHLIG, Carl-Bernd "Indonesian Copyright Law: Including Licensing and Registration Requirements: Detailed Analysis and Commentaries".-- Jakarta: Tatanusa, 2011, xii + 207 hal; 24,5 cm, [ ISBN 978-979-39999-64-7 ]

TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
PREFACE iii
TABLE OF CONTENTS v
 
1. INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 Sequence of Copyright Laws 1
1.2 1982 Copyright Law  1
1.3 1987 Amendment 1
1.4 1997 Amendment 3
1.5 2002 Copyright Law 3
1.6 Dutch and other influences 4
1.7 Balancing individual and public interests 5
1.8 Balancing national and foreign interests 6
 
2. FEATURES OF THE COPYRIGHT LAW 7
2.1 General 7
2.2 Copyright as an exclusive right 8
2.3 Copyright = the right to publish, reproduce and/or rent 9
2.3.1 General 9
2.3.2 Publication 11
2.3.3 Reproduction 12
2.3.4 Rental 15
2.4 Who qualifies for copyright protection? 16
2.4.1 Indonesian citizens, residents and legal entities 16
2.4.2 Non-Indonesians 16
2.5 Who owns the copyright? 17
2.5.1 Author  17
2.5.2 Deemed author 18
2.5.2.1 General 18
2.5.2.2 Article 5 – works made by an individual 18
2.5.2.3 Article 6 – works consisting of separate parts with two or more persons involved 20
2.5.2.4 Article 7 – works made by a designer involving two or more persons 21
2.5.2.5 Article 8 – works made by civil servants or persons falling under civil law 23
2.5.2.6 Article 9 – works made by legal entities 32
2.5.3 Copyright holder 33
2.5.4 The State or others as copyright holder in relation to works of unknown authors 34
2.5.4.1 The State 34
2.5.4.1.a. Article 10 section (1) – old national cultural objects 34
2.5.4.1.b. Article 11 section (1) – unpublished works of unknown authors 36
2.5.4.1.c. Article 11 section (3) – published works of unknown authors and publishers 36
2.5.4.2 The publisher  37
 
3. WORKS IN WHICH COPYRIGHT SUBSISTS 39
3.1 Terminology used for works 39
3.2 List of works 42
3.3 Elements of a work 43
3.3.1 General 43
3.3.2 Intellectual work 44
3.3.3 Specific form 44
3.3.4 Originality and individual character of the work  44
3.3.5 Works in the field of science, art or literature 47
3.4 List of protected works 49
3.5 Categories of works and their specific forms 50
3.5.1 Written works 50
3.5.1.1 General 50
3.5.1.2 Books 50
3.5.1.3 Computer programs 50
3.5.1.4 Pamphlets 51
3.5.1.5 Published layouts of written works 52
3.5.1.6 Other written works 53
3.6 Oral works 54
3.7 Audio-visual aids made for educational and scientific purposes 55
3.8 Songs or music with or without text 55
3.9 Dramas or musical dramas, dances, choreographies, shadow plays and pantomime 57
3.10 Fine arts in all forms 58
3.11 Architecture 62
3.12 Maps 63
3.13 Batik 63
3.14 Photography  68
3.15 Cinematography 69
3.16 Derivative works 70
3.17 Unpublished works 71
 
4. WORKS IN WHICH COPYRIGHT DOES NOT SUBSIST 73
 
5. RESTRICTIONS ON COPYRIGHT 75
5.1 General 75
5.2 Specific restrictions 77
5.2.1 General 77
5.2.2 Article 14 point c. – news 78
5.2.3 Article 15 point a. – fair use 79
5.2.4 Article 15 point e. – limited reproduction for specific interests 80
5.2.5 Article 15 point g. – software back-up copies for personal use 80
5.2.6 Articles 24 – 26 moral rights and related matters 80
5.2.6.1 Article 24 – moral rights  80
5.2.6.2 Article 25 – electronic information on rights management information of the author 81
5.2.6.3 Article 26 – copyright remaining with the author 82
5.2.7 Articles 27 and 28 – technological control measures 82
 
6. TRANSFER OF COPYRIGHT 85
6.1 General 85
6.2 Inheritance and testament 86
6.3 Donation 86
6.4 Written contract 87
6.5 Other reasons permitted by laws and regulations 87
 
7. DURATION OF COPYRIGHT 89
7.1 Beginning of copyright 89
7.2 Protection period for different categories of works 89
7.2.1 Category 1 – protection for life + 50 years (if a legal entity, 50 years from first publication) 90
7.2.2 Category 2 – protection for 50 years from first publication or equivalent event (same period for individuals or legal entities) 91
7.2.3 Category 3 – protection of copyright held or carried out by the State or publisher in specific cases 92
7.3 Protection period for unpublished works 92
7.3.1 General 92
7.3.2 Works falling under Article 29 Section (1) 92
7.3.3 Works falling under Article 30 Sections (1) and (2) 93
7.3.4 Works owned by legal entities falling under Article 30 Section (3) 94
7.3.5 Works falling under Article 31 Section (1) a. 95
7.3.6 Works falling under Article 31 Section (1) b. 95
7.4 Protection period for parts of works 96
7.5 Protection period for moral rights in works 96
7.6 Protection period for transferred copyrights 97
7.7 Calculation of protection period for copyrights 97
7.8 Expiry of copyright 97
 
8. COPYRIGHT REGISTRATION 99
8.1 General 99
8.2 The applicant 100
8.3 Contents of application form and supplementary documents 102
8.3.1 Name, nationality and address of the author 102
8.3.2 Name, nationality and address of the copyright holder 103
8.3.3 Name, nationality and address of the proxy 103
8.3.4 Type and title of the work 104
8.3.5 Description of the work in triplicate 106
8.3.6 Stamp duty and signature under application form 106
8.4 Evidence as to date and place of the work’s first publication 106
8.5 Samples of works  107
8.6 Power of Attorney 107
8.7 Tax registration 108
8.8 Registration and other fees 108
8.9 Investigation and approval of Directorate General of Intellectual Property Rights 109
8.10 Registration of a work and issuance of registration letter 109
8.11 The General Register of Works 111
8.12 Announcement of registration 112
8.13 Rejection of an application for registration of a work 112
8.14 Recordal and announcement of transfer of copyright 113
8.15 Cancellation suit against an unlawful registrant 113
8.16 Recordal and announcement of changes in the registration of copyright 113
8.17 Ending of legal force of the work’s registration 114
8.18 Copyright management 114
8.19 Fees for copyright matters at Directorate General of Intellectual Property Rights 114
 
9. LICENSES 115
9.1 Right to grant licenses 115
9.2 Other features of license agreements 116
9.2.1 Duration and territorial scope 116
9.2.2 Royalties 116
9.2.3 Exclusivity or non-exclusivity 118
9.2.4 Written form 118
9.2.5 Unlawful agreement provisions 118
9.2.6 Legal effect on third parties 119
9.2.7 Further provisions 119
 
10. COMPULSORY LICENSES 121
10.1 Introduction 121
10.1.1 Legal basis 121
10.1.2 Main goal and three-step procedure of compulsory licensing 121
10.2 Object and scope of compulsory licensing 122
10.3 Works subject to compulsory licensing 122
10.3.1 Written works of foreign individuals and legal entities 124
10.3.2 Written works of Indonesian individuals and legal entities 124
10.3.3 Written works not translated into Indonesian 125
10.3.4 Written works not reproduced in Indonesia 125
10.4 Translation within three years after a written work’s publication 126
10.5 Reproduction within a certain period of time after the written work’s publication 126
10.6 In the interests of education, science, and research & development 127
10.7 Compensation for a compulsory license 128
10.8 Procedure of compulsory licensing 129
10.8.1 Options in the compulsory licensing process 129
10.8.2 Right to initiate compulsory licensing 130
10.8.3 First notification of Minister of Law and Human Rights  131
10.8.4 Deemed acknowledgement of receipt of first ministerial notification 132
10.8.5 Statement of copyright holder regarding first ministerial notification 133
10.8.6 Request for reproduction only after first notification of Minister of Law and Human Rights 133
10.8.7 Second notification of Minister of Law and Human Rights 134
10.8.8 Compulsory license to Indonesian government 135
 
11. NEIGHBORING RIGHTS  137
 
12. ENFORCEMENT 141
12.1 General 141
12.2 What constitutes copyright infringement? 141
12.3 Civil remedies against copyright registration 142
12.4 Civil remedies against infringing goods 143
12.5 Damages 143
12.6 Stopping future copyright violations 144
12.7 Violations of moral rights 145
12.8 Exclusion of claims against copyright infringer 145
12.9 Provisional attachment 146
12.9.1 General 146
12.9.2 Scope of provisional attachments 147
12.9.3 Ex parte 148
12.9.4 Follow-up action by the judge 149
12.9.5 Damages 149
12.9.6 Relationship with Civil Code and corresponding civil procedural regulations 150
12.9.7 Lack of rules of civil procedure regarding provisional attachments under the 2002 Copyright Law 150
12.10 Court procedure in civil cases of copyright infringements 151
12.11 Penal remedies 153
12.11.1 Brief history of fines and imprisonment terms 153
12.11.2 Criminal provisions 154
12.11.3 Investigation by civil copyright investigator 157
 
13. INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS AND BILATERAL AGREEMENTS 161
13.1 International Conventions 161
13.2 Bilateral Agreements 162
 
14. THE COPYRIGHT COUNCIL 165
 
15. TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS 167
 
16. CLOSING PROVISIONS  169
 
COMPARATIVE TABLE OF PROVISIONS OF ALL COPYRIGHT LAWS 171
 
LIST OF LAWS, REGULATIONS, INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS, AND BILATERAL AGREEMENTS ON COPYRIGHT AND RELATED MATTERS 197
 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 201 

Beli Produk Ini Harga    Rp. 70.000
diskon 20% - Rp. 56.000,-
Stok:   47 item

Rekomendasi Produk

10%
Rp. 60.000,-
Rp. 54.000,-
Keranjang Belanja
0 item produk
Total: Rp. 0
Kategori Produk
Cek Pengiriman Barang
Layanan Pelanggan
    Support
    Support
    Owner
Bank Pembayaran
CIMB Niaga No. Rek : 0170109513006
an. PT Tatanusa

Testimoni Pelanggan
tulis testimoni
Link Terkait