Terms of Use the Private Version of Protected Works Comparative Study

Saleem Isaaf Alazab, Ahmed Adnan Al-Nuemat


The authorities deem that for the author to make his/her work exclusive and yield full benefit from it the following terms used in the version must be complied; the scope of the works must be permitted by the law and the works should not be banned because of being criminal. These terms imply that other people will require author’s permission for compiling the work or for making a copy of his work. When it comes to the personal use of the work or by the domestic-user version of the workbook that is contained by the framework these conditions are applicable only. Both the French and Egyptian lawmakers broadcast the predictability of predisposition in normal use for the workbook, as the cloning process of workbooks that are of special nature cause massive losses that is why they are not included in the scope of the exception personal version to prevent others from getting a copy of it unless the controls and conditions for use of these works are taken into consideration. This legislation is applicable to the works of art; notepad based musical works, computer programs and databases. The personal versions when of legitimate size they cannot damage the author’s privilege but when the copy exceeds the confines of the legitimate size huge loss to copyright is incurred. It the workbook in is being used for friendly collective of the work as mentioned by the framework it sanctions the use if it is not targeted for purposes like commercial purposes, making profit from it and to compete for economic purposes.

Key words: Copyright; Private version; Protected works; Copyright law of Egypt; Copyright law of France


Copyright; Private version; Protected works; Copyright law of Egypt; Copyright law of France

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720130901.1092


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