Article 12(A) creates civil responsibility to whom "Without authorization circumvents the effective technological measures placed to control the access to work, performance or execution or phonogram
protected, or that protect any copyright or any neighbouring right in respect of unauthorized uses" (Own Translation).
Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms
It should be retained as the record of stupefaction--codified, rehearsed, and reproduced each time one recites the poem, just as Browning's phonogram
repeats his "breakdown." The retention of such stupefaction, rather than confirming the "wantonness" that Bridges accused Hopkins's poetry of, instead requires consummate control, the "mastery" that Hopkins so valued.
Caption: Figure 5: <<Word cloud>> for phonogram
<<[phrase omitted]>>: native Russian speakers at signal-to-noise ratios = -9 and -12 dB [Base: n = 90].
The shared question is as follows: Why is a given ideogram or phonogram
used to write a certain word?
"We sent it to our A&R man and it snowballed after Andy Taylor heard it in the corridors of Phonogram
The low cost and noninvasive abdominal phonogram
device will also alert the mother if there is a problem with the foetus and whether she needs further obstetric assessment or intervention.
A Low Cost Phonogram
Device for Screening Fetal Wellbeing will see a team of scientists develop a low-cost and non-invasive abdominal phonogram
device that will use a mobile phone to determine the well-being of fetuses in developing countries.
The Indian Phonographic Industry (IPI), the Association of Phonogram
Producers, was Established in 1936, and it was Instrumental in finalising the Broadcasting Licence arrangement in India.
Faisal Daudpota from Al Tamimi & Company expands on protecting the rights of authors, performers and phonogram
producers in the digital context.
The first such treaty was the International Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonogram
Recordings and Broadcasting Organizations (Rome Convention).
General Electric, now known as GE, was founded in 1892, by four men including Thomas Edison, inventor of the light bulb, phonogram
and moving picture camera.