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Australia Copyright Holders To Seek Parliamentary Inquiry on “Lax” Enforcement

Law360 (December 1, 2003, 12:00 AM EST) -- The Australian recording industry will this week call for a federal parliamentary inquiry into why the rights of copyright holders aren't being enforced by law enforcement agencies, the Australian Financial Review reported Tuesday.

The Australian Record Industry Association is scheduled to meet with copyright holders in the film and computer games industries this week to join its call for stricter enforcement of copyright laws. They are expected to urge policymakers to call on the police and the courts to enforce the country’s intellectual property laws....
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