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Digital age calls for copyright harmonisation

Fionn O'Raghallaigh, London


Delegates at the AIPPI Congress in Paris last week sent out a clear message that effective and enforceable copyright protection should be safeguarded in the digital environment

On Wednesday they passed a Resolution dealing with exceptions to copyright protection by a majority of 83%. The Resolution calls for the harmonisation of internet service provider (ISP) liability and the three-step test for deciding exceptions.

The Resolution was part...


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