Opinion: why Korea’s three strikes law is constitutional
Jeong Yeol Choe of Yulchon explains why Korea’s three-strikes rule is unlikely to be ruled unconstitutional if a claim is brought
The amended Korean Copyright Act which came into effect on July 23 2009 introduced a so-called three-strikes rule.
The rule provides that if a person has been issued with three or more warnings from an online service provider that has...
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