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Introduction

An alliance of rights holders from the music, film, TV, and the performing arts industries, and ISPs in Australia have published a draft code to deal with online copyright infringements.

Highlights

  • The draft code creates a Copyright Notice Scheme (CNS) that contains a series of steps to inform Internet users that they may be infringing copyright.

Features and Benefits

  • The research note details the draft code put forward by Australian rights holders and ISPs to deal with online copyright infringement
  • The research note details how the process would work and how it will be evaluated in the future

Key questions answered

  • How do rights holders/ISPs propose to control online copyright infringement in Australia?
  • Why are ISPs/rights holders drawing up a code to deal with online copyright infringements?

Table of contents

Ovum view

  • Summary
  • Rights holders and ISPs draw up draft code
  • Overseeing of the CNS
  • Evaluating the performance of the CNS

Appendix

  • Author

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