This article will review the legal environment and major issues concerning software protection in the Republic of Korea, and will describe the existing applicable laws and regulations and the trend towards software protection in the region. In addition, the implications of Korea's pending accession to the Universal Copyright Convention will be analyzed. Finally, this article will conclude with a discussion of the current reforms and their implications for Korean international trade law.
Byoung K. Min & Gary Sullivan,
Recognition of Proprietary Interests in Software in Korea: Programming for Comprehensive Reform,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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