The Internet is the basic infrastructure for global movement of data. Phenomenal growth means the Internet has become a daily presence in both the commercial arena and at home. That means that large amounts of intellectual property are in play every day Increasingly, the Internet is used in the mainstream of commerce to sell and deliver creative content and information worldwide, so issues of intellectual property protection for the material available on and through the Internet have taken on great importance. This article written be legal firm Fenwick & West LLP tells you everything, and probably more than you ever thought of, about international copyright and your content online. Worth bookmarking for future reference.
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