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Copyright protection in the digital age

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The global generation and the use of digital information over online networks has massive implications for copyright management, a situation for which few countries are well prepared. Current copyright protection measures cause difficulties with new works such as computer-generated material, multimedia products and digital technology. In Australia, Internet service providers (ISPs) have been targeted in cases of copyright infringement on the Internet, and there has been much debate about ISPs' liability, forcing the Australian Government to consider limiting liability for copyright infringemnt by ISPs.
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Keywords: Copyright; Internet; Legal Matters

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1999-05-01

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