Copyright law, the internet, and education: does Fijian copyright law work in the web environment?
by Deepak Prasad
International Journal of Intellectual Property Management (IJIPM), Vol. 5, No. 3/4, 2012

Abstract: The arrival of the internet technologies has generated numerous waves of challenges to copyright. The central research question in this paper is to examine whether or not Fiji's copyright law works in the web environment and in particular how it might be improved to promote education, while maintaining an appropriate balance between the rights of copyright owners and the needs of the users of copyrighted works.

Online publication date: Thu, 18-Oct-2012

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