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Liability for the circumvention of technological protection measures applied to videogames: lessons from the United Kingdom’s experience

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Journal publication date04/2012
JournalJournal of Business Law
Journal number3
Number of pages26
Original languageEnglish


This article examines the emerging law regarding the circumvention of videogame TPMs. It identifies three concerns: a lack of unity between copyright interests and those protected by TPMs; the necessarily contrived arguments advanced to support claims to copyright infringement; and the disconnect between ownership of rights and control of interests.