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Berne Convention
The (Revised) Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works is a Contract under international law that was adopted in Bern in 1886 and has since been revised several times for which reason it is known as the Revised Berne Convention (RBÜ). The Berne Convention provides that every Member country shall recognise the protection of works by citizens of other Contract signatories to the same extent as it recognises the protection of works of its own citizens (principle of national treatment).
Source: SR 0.231.15
Swiss Authors' Rights
Cooperative for Audiovisual Works
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Berne Convention
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The (Revised) Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works is a Contract under international law that was adopted in Bern in 1886 and has since been revised several times for which reason it is known as the Revised Berne Convention (RBÜ). The Berne Convention provides that every Member country shall recognise the protection of works by citizens of other Contract signatories to the same extent as it recognises the protection of works of its own citizens (principle of national treatment).
Source: SR 0.231.15