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Intellectual property and copyright
Article L 122-4 of the French Intellectual Property Code
Any representation or complete or partial reproduction made without the approval of the author or their beneficiaries or legal successors is illicit. The same applies to translation, adaptation, transformation, arrangement or reproduction by any technique or process.
Article L 335-2 of the French Intellectual Property Code
Any written edition, musical composition, drawing, painting or any other production, fully or partially printed or burned, regardless of the laws and regulations relative to the authors’ property, is an infringement of copyright, and any infringement of copyright is an offense.
In France, the infringement of copyright of works published in France or abroad is punishable by three year’s imprisonment and a fine of €300,000.
The same penalties shall apply to the sale, export, import, transhipment or detention of counterfeit works for the aforesaid purpose.
The same act committed by an organized group is punishable by five year’s imprisonment and a fine of €500,000.
For details, please refer to the annotated Celog Intellectual Property Code website.