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Japan is considering extending the term of copyright protection to ‘life plus 70 years’ in order to be compliant with the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.
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TPP; Agency for Cultural Affairs; ‘life plus 70 years’; Japan Forum for Intellectual Property Aspects and Transparency of TPP; copyright