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-**Video overview by Amara Boustead on [What a '​Product'​ is in Design Law](youtube>kT-0YI5sBYQ)** +**Video overview by Amara Boustead on [What a '​Product'​ is in Design Law](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=kT-0YI5sBYQ)** 
-**Video overview by Sophia Shen on [What a '​Product'​ is in Design Law](youtube>aBpcUmKsW2A)**+ 
 +**Video overview by Sophia Shen on [What a '​Product'​ is in Design Law](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=aBpcUmKsW2A)**
  
  
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 It is not an infringement of copyright in an artistic work to reproduce if reproduction is derived from a 3D product that embodies a corresponding design; and reproduction is in the course of making, selling, or advertising a non-infringing product.((//​CA//​ s 77A))  It is not an infringement of copyright in an artistic work to reproduce if reproduction is derived from a 3D product that embodies a corresponding design; and reproduction is in the course of making, selling, or advertising a non-infringing product.((//​CA//​ s 77A)) 
  
-###​Burge ​v Swarbrick (2007) HCA 17+__Burge ​v Swarbrick (2007) HCA 17__
  
 Naval architect hand-built life size prototype ('​plug'​) for fibreglass moulds. Held - not a work of artistic craftsmanship. Matters of visual and aesthetic appeal were secondary to function. Therefore s 77 removed copyright protection. ​ Naval architect hand-built life size prototype ('​plug'​) for fibreglass moulds. Held - not a work of artistic craftsmanship. Matters of visual and aesthetic appeal were secondary to function. Therefore s 77 removed copyright protection. ​
  
 ## IP in the Fashion Industry ## IP in the Fashion Industry
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 +Intellectual property is a valuable tool used protect works in the fashion industry. Many aspects of intellectual property are involved in protecting fashion such as copyright, trade marks, patents and designs. ​
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 +The following video discusses the way intellectual property operates in the fashion industry and outlines the copyright design overlap and how it effects fashion works. ​
  
  
-**Video overview by Emily Burns on [IP in the Fashion Industry](youtube>bLHIgfWk9e8)**+**Video overview by Emily Burns on [IP in the Fashion Industry](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=bLHIgfWk9e8)**
  
  
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