Der Olympics Act of 2006 für mehr
Geld Recht und Ordnung:
The Olympics are notorious for getting local governments to grant them extra special intellectual property rights that go so far beyond what’s reasonable (and local existing laws) that it’s become something of a pure mockery of the concept of intellectual property. [..]
Yes, if you were to say „reach for the gold in 2012“ as part of any advertisement and you weren’t an approved Olympic sponsor, you’d be breaking the law in the UK.
The Ugandan government has been sued by the 83 year old composer of its national anthem “Oh Uganda, Land of Beauty.” Prof. George Wilberforce Kakoma seeks compensation for the continuous infringement of his work on national festivities, for which he received no royalties.
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