Protest Frenzy Leads Government to Change Proposed Copyright Law Amendments
08 October 2009
Furious protests against proposed amendments to New Zealand's Copyright Act have caused the government to re-think its position. Newly proposed changes would release ISPs from the obligation to terminate accounts of repeat infringers.
When Will Copyright Come to your Assistance in Australian Courts?
13 October 2009
The Australian Courts have demonstrated their appetite to refine the threshold which will be applied to subsistence of copyright questions. Jane Owen and Justin Senescall explain why Australian practitioners and copyright owners alike are anxious to...
Although Thailand has been wracked by political confrontation, the intellectual property environment has generally improved. The embattled government of Abhisit Vejjajiva, who became prime minister at the end of 2008 after a parliamentary vote, has m...
IP Rights Enforcement in Thailand: Does it Really Work?
29 March 2010
Despite a solid legal and administrative infrastructure and a good working relationship between IP rights holders and local enforcement authorities, enforcing intellectual property rights remains a challenge in Thailand.