Copyright Act

Copyright Act may refer to:


  • Copyright Act of Canada

Hong Kong

  • Copyright Ordinance 1997


  • Indian Copyright Act,1957

New Zealand

  • Copyright Act 1994

United Kingdom

  • Statute of Anne or Copyright Act 1709, the first copyright act of the United Kingdom
  • Copyright Act 1842
  • Copyright Act 1956 (4 & 5 Eliz.2 c.52)
  • Copyright Act 1911
  • Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, current copyright law of the United Kingdom

United States

  • Copyright Act of 1790
  • Copyright Act of 1909
  • Copyright Act of 1976
  • International Copyright Act of 1891, a U.S. copyright act

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Copyright Act 1911
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