Buenos Aires Convention
The Buenos Aires Convention is signed on August 11, 1910 agreement between the United States and 17 Latin American countries. The agreement states that literary and artistic copyright is mutually recognized, inasmuch as the works have been marked with a Rechtevorbehaltungsabsicht ( Article 3). In most cases, this phrase a publication was "all rights reserved " (English All rights reserved, Spanish Todos los derechos reservados ) to the end of set.
Through accession of all countries to the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works ( last Nicaragua on August 23, 2000), the Buenos Aires Convention was meaningless.
Accession data of the participating states to the copyright treaties and conventions
- Original document text
- International Law Treaty
- Copyright history