[LINK] More about iiNet suit - legal opinion on their side it seems

Birch Jim Jim.Birch at dhhs.tas.gov.au
Wed Nov 26 16:53:25 AEDT 2008

Eric Scheid wrote:

>If someone were to go put on a public performance of some work (which
have hold copyright in) within physical proximity of the offices of the
... would they be able to claim that the *echoes* created by the ACC
building count as "infringing copies"?

Aust Post now have to open every envelope they handle to check for home
copied CDs and DVDs, or photocopies of copyrighted text?



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