By Simon Stokes
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E. 47 Indeed Rushton and others have argued that copyright protection for certain works, in particular “works of artistic craftsmanship”, is not justified by economic analysis. 49 45 This is the classic, albeit simplified, benefit-cost analysis in economics: see M. htm) (“Rushton”). 46 To quote Laddie J, “[t]he whole of human development is derivative. We stand on the shoulders of the scientists, artists and craftsmen who preceded us. We borrow and develop what they have done; not necessarily as parasites, but simply as the next generation.
53 This has now 50 D. Vaver, “Intellectual Property: The State of the Art” (2000) 116 LQR 621 at 636 (“Vaver”). See also his earlier article, “Intellectual Property Today: Of Myths and Paradoxes” (1990) 69 Canadian Bar Review 98, in which he argued that copyright, with its minimal standards for eligibility, is less concerned with authors, art and literature than with protecting the mass media (“art and literature [in comparison to the ‘army of standardized industrial products—fungible pop records, soap operas, formula films, pulp books’ .
3 For a general discussion of the justifications for intellectual property in the much discussed and controversial area of intellectual property protection for brands see B. Isaac, Brand Protection Matters (Sweet & Maxwell, London, 2000) chap. 8 (“Isaac”). 10 Art and Copyright affect what people do and say and how they earn a living. 2 JUSTIFICATIONS FOR COPYRIGHT 5 The main justifications for copyright fall into three broad areas. 1 The Economic/Utilitarian Justifications for Copyright In Anglo-American copyright law economic arguments have been prevalent.