Internet Copyrights to Be Protected
The ruling camp has decided to write a law to prevent the ever serious infringement of copyrights through the Internet and personal computer communications.
It plans to guarantee the intellectual property rights on cyber space, requiring those who want to send certain literary works via computer network to get the author's permission.
The unlawful copying of books and other writings at copy shops mainly around college areas will also be strictly prohibited.
Culture-Tourism Minister Park Jie-won, and Reps. Lim Chae-jong and Cha Soo-myung, chief policymakers of the ruling National Congress for New Politics (NCNP) and United Liberal Democrats (ULD), came up …
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Publication information: Article title: Internet Copyrights to Be Protected. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Korea Times (Seoul, Korea). Publication date: November 16, 1999. Page number: Not available. © Not available. COPYRIGHT 1999 Gale Group.
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