Limits of Criminal Legitimacy in Use of Reproduced Works

  •  Saleem Isaaf Alazab    
  •  Sabah Mousa Almomani    
  •  Atef Salem Alawamleh    


The use of a reproduced work is a criminally legal act if it is used by a reproducer of such work within a specific group of individuals. However, the use of the same reproduction is criminally prohibited if it is used collectively, and if it violates the normal exploitation of the original work or harms authors’ legitimate interest. Thus, the protection of interest of the authors requires that reproduction of some works is prohibited, in whole or in part, for the private use under some certain controls.

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