Australia Agrees To Tougher Copyright Laws To Gain Passage Of Free Trade Agreement
In a concession to U.S. negotiators, Australia’s cabinet will introduce a series of changes to the Copyright Act in the next sitting of parliament, which begins this week.
The amendments will include minor and technical provisions that do not fundamentally change the agreement with the U.S., Attorney-General Philip Ruddock told reporters
Ruddock said the amending legislation would toughen the Copyright Act's criminal...
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