Revision to copyright law
The revision to copyright law is aimed at better exploiting the opportunities presented by the digital age while at the same time combating internat piracy more effectively.
The Copyright Act:
The Copyright Act is worded in a technology-neutral way. For example, the law doesn't distinguish the form in which a music track is protected by copyright: it can be recorded on a cassette tape, on a CD or contained in a WAV-file on a computer.
The Copyright Ordinance contains provisions specifically on the:
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