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Copyright, New Media Law & E-Commerce News (Vol. 6, no. 3,August 27, 2002)

I think this may interest many of the liblicense subscribers.  This is a
periodic e-letter sent out free by my office.  I'm happy to include your
names if you're interested--just email me.

Best, Lesley

Lesley Ellen Harris
Copyright, Licensing & E-Commerce

Copyright, New Media Law & E-Commerce News

Vol. 6, No. 3, August 27, 2002

ISSN 1489-954X

    1.. Studies, Legislation and Conventions:
    WIPO copyright meeting reports

    2.. Legal Cases:
    Danish court prohibits deep linking
    U.S. Mint settles lawsuit
    U.S. Term Extension Act challenge
    Thai court rules on cyber-defamation
    Canadian Supreme Court rules against creator
    Canadian ISPs not liable for copyright royalty payments
    Law Society of Upper Canada breached copyright
    Australian Federal Court upholds telephone directory copyright
    Deep linking violates E.U. law

    3.. Of Interest:
    Presentation on licensing electronic publications
    Mobile phone companies agree to digital copyright protection
    Deep linking challenged by Dallas Morning News
    University of Alberta guide to cyber-plagiarism

    4.. Seminars:
Online Canadian copyright law course


Copyright, New Media & E-Commerce News is distributed for free by the
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relied upon or considered as legal advice. Copyright 2002 Lesley Ellen
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This newsletter is prepared by Lesley Ellen Harris, a Copyright and New
Media Lawyer and Consultant. Lesley is the author of the books Canadian
Copyright Law (McGrawHill) and Digital Property: Currency of the 21st
Century (McGrawHill - see http://www.mcgrawhill.ca/digitalproperty) Lesley
can be reached at lesley@copyrightlaws.com, and at http://copyrightlaws.com.

This LEH-Letter issue was prepared with the help of Beth Davies.