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Code Wars

10 Years of P2P Software Litigation

Rebecca Giblin

With reference to US, UK, Canadian and Australian secondary liability regimes, this insightful book develops a compelling new theory to explain why a decade of ostensibly successful litigation failed to reduce the number, variety or availability of P2P file sharing applications – and highlights ways the law might need to change if it is to have any meaningful effect in future.
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Table of legislation

Rebecca Giblin

Copyright Act 1905 (Cth) 106

Copyright Act 1911 (UK) s 1(2) 105, 106

Copyright Act 1912 (Cth) 105, 106

s 8 116

Copyright Act 1921 (Canada) 106 s 3(d) 105

Copyright Act 1956 (UK) 108, 109

Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) 136, 156

s 13(2) 114

s 36(1) 114

s 36(1A) 115, 121, 123, 125

s 85(1)(a) 131

s 85(1)(c) 131

s 101(1) 114, 131

s 101(1A) 115, 121, 123, 125, 132

s 101(1A)(a) 132

s 101(1A)(c) 133

s 112E 134

Copyright Amendment (Digital Agenda) Act 2000 (Cth) 114

Inducing Infringement of Copyright Bill 2004 (US) 67

Peer to Peer Privacy Prevention Bill 2002 (US) 67

US Code

Title 17 Copyrights 17 USC § 104 184

17 USC § 106 32

17 USC § 271(c) 32, 33

17 USC § 501 67

17 USC § 512 13, 31, 52, 161

17 USC § 512(a) 35

17 USC § 512(i) 35

17 USC § 512(a)–(d) 31

Title 35 Patents

35 USC 271(b) 83, 90

35 USC 271 (c) 90