This book provides a full and authoritative analysis of cases, both local and international, on issues concerning copyright, as well as a thorough discussion on important amendments to the copyright law made by the Copyright (Amendment) Act 2012.
Structured in 15 chapters, the book is replete with essential and analytical information on copyright law. Each topic is introduced by a helpful overview before key cases are presented. These local and international cases on copyright law have been carefully selected and are complemented by copious commentaries to elucidate on the wide range of issues that arise. The commentaries which are enlightening, thought-provoking and insightful, assist the reader to have an in-depth and critical understanding of copyright law.
The new changes covered in this new edition include the liability of ISP's and notice and take down procedure, statutory damages, voluntary notification as well as anti-camcording liability. It also analyses refined provisions on performer's rights, technological protection measures, the copyright tribunal, the inter-working of copyright and industrial design as well as the various limitations and exceptions provided by law.