Estados Unidos de América
Derecho de autor y derechos conexos
1. Please explain whether and how Luxembourg's law provides protection for works, phonograms and performances from other WTO Members, and whether and how it does so on basis of national treatment, as required by TRIPS Article 3 (generally, with respect to all copyrights and neighbouring rights) and Article 9.1 (incorporating Berne Article 5 (1)). In particular, please explain how national treatment is afforded with respect to the distribution of levies for private copying under the relevant provisions of the Luxembourg's copyright law.
The dispositions of the Berne Convention, the Rome Convention and the TRIPS Agreement are of direct applicability in Luxembourg law. Luxembourg has no provisions on levies for private copying.