This chapter evaluates the main arguments for and against the access-right regime, then turns to review contemporary approaches that seek to thwart overprotection hazards that emanate from the current structure of copyright law. The chapter sets the stage for the introduction of a model (Chapter 8) that premises digital copyright on the access-right thesis.
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