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Global Mandatory Fair Use : The Nature and Scope of the Right to Quote Copyright Works. / Aplin, Tanya ; Bently, Lionel .

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press., 2020. 280 p. (Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law).

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Aplin, T & Bently, L 2020, Global Mandatory Fair Use: The Nature and Scope of the Right to Quote Copyright Works. Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108884099

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Aplin, T., & Bently, L. (2020). Global Mandatory Fair Use: The Nature and Scope of the Right to Quote Copyright Works. (Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108884099

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Aplin T, Bently L. Global Mandatory Fair Use: The Nature and Scope of the Right to Quote Copyright Works. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press., 2020. 280 p. (Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law). https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108884099

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Aplin, Tanya ; Bently, Lionel . / Global Mandatory Fair Use : The Nature and Scope of the Right to Quote Copyright Works. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press., 2020. 280 p. (Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law).

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