Résumé : In French copyright law, contrefaçon consists of the infringement of any of author’s rights. As the only basis for a remedy for the violation of French droit d’auteur, contrefaçon originally lacked a broad scope. The expansion of contrefaçon is a relatively recent development which is now being challenged by the delinquency of the general public.
Type de publication : contribution - Référence : L. Bently, J. Davis & J. C. Ginsburg (ed.), Copyright and Piracy. An Interdisciplinary Critique, Cambridge University Press, 2010, p. 55