|- The only book to positively define what copyright user rights are and should be, and why.|
- Addresses contemporary issues of tangibility and intangibility in copyright law, with reference to new kinds of copyright works such as e-books, iTunes, online software, digital-release films.
- Explores the impact of the transformation of copyright work offerings on user rights.
- Uses practical real-world examples to illustrate the dysfunctional nature of user rights currently, and the remedies that might be introduced.
- Takes a multi-territorial approach, considering the law of the European Union, United States, Canada, Australia, and EU Member States such as the UK and France.