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Información, cultura y sociedad

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MORAN REYES, Ariel Antonio. Antecedents of Copyright in Mexico: Peninsular, Indian and Creole Legislation. Inf. cult. soc. [online]. 2014, n.31, pp.85-107. ISSN 1851-1740.

The main objective of this article is to expose the origins of the Mexican copyright's law in its three legal dimensions: Peninsular, Indian and Creole. In addition, it seeks to analyze and compare the similarities and differences between legal rulings dedicated to guarantee intellectual property provisions as found in the Collection of Laws of the Indies, and some of the contemporary legal system, either by influences or by similarities in development.

Keywords : Copyright; Legal Deposit; National Bibliographic Control; Library Legislation.

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