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2015 | 77 | 2 Prawo autorskie – aktualne problemy i perspektywy rozwoju/ Copyright – current issues and prospects for development | 193-207
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Prawo własności intelektualnej w modzie. Historyczny rozwój prawnej ochrony producentów mody

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Intellectual property law in fashion industry: development of the legal protection of fashion manufacturers
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Since the beginning of modern fashion industry, fashion producers have been victims of unauthorized copying and unfair competition. However, with the rise of a fast fashion segment and the development of digital technology, the Internet and social media, this process is even more dynamic and fashion piracy is now a multi-billion dollar industry. The complexity of the problem, the specifics of the apparel industry as well as an ambivalent attitude of fashion manufacturers to copyright are reflected in frequent discussions among fashion professionals, lawyers, journalists and academics concerned about fashion piracy. However, while on the one hand fashion industry is getting closer to become subject to protection by vesting rights in designers and fashion designs, there are also voices suggesting positive effects of piracy in the apparel industry, which question the legitimacy of copyright law in fashion. The purpose of this article is to show the past process of building complex relationships between fashion and the law in modern societies and to discuss different perceptions of intellectual property in the industry.
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