What kinds of works are protected under the Indonesian Copyright Law No. 28 of 2014?

The works that are protected under Indonesian Copyright Law is regulated in Article 40 Paragraph (1) of Copyright Law No. 28 of 2014 which asserts that:

“Protected Works which include scientific, artistic, and literary Works, comprise:
a. Books, pamphlets, thypolographical arrangement of published written work, and all other works;
b. Talks, lectures, speeches, and other similar Works;
c. Visual aids made for educational and scientific purposes;
d. Songs and/or music with or without lyrics;
e. Dramatic works, musical dramas, dances, choreography, puppet shows, pantomimes;
f. Fine art works in any forms such as painting, drawings, engravings, calligraphy, cravings, sculptures, or collage;
g. Applied art works;
h. Architectural works;
i. Maps;
j. Batik art works or other patterns art;
k. Photographic works;
l. Portraits;
m. Cinematographic works;
n. Translations, interpretations, alterations, anthologies, databases, adaptation, arrangement, modification and other works resulting from transformation;
o. Translation, adaptation, arrangement, transformation, or modification of traditional cultural expressions;

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