Music companies on trail of copyright offenders
Music companies have won the right to search three Australian universities' servers for evidence of copyright infringement. But Catherine Lee argues that stricter control of
universities' networks will not necessarily solve the problem of illegal downloading
Sony, Universal and EMI are music industry giants as well as
exclusive licensees of a large number of sound recordings which
attract copyright protection for sound recordings under S85 of the
Australian Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). In February 2003, these three
music companies commenced...
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