Cloud Computing and the Future of Copyright Law

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Kariyawasam, Kanchana
Talagala, Chamila
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2017
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The rise of cloud technology hasrevolutionised the world of creativity by opening various channels for creators to distribute their work. The ease with which these works can be accessed and distributed has opened up more avenues by which information can be accessed, not only legitimately, but also illegitimately.This article examines the legal principles that underline the battle between copyright owners and cloud-based service providers in Australia, and analyses the legal position in Australia in comparison with that in the UK and the US.

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European Intellectual Property Review

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39

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2

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© 2017 Sweet & Maxwell and its Contributors. The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. Please refer to the journal's website for access to the definitive, published version.

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Intellectual Property Law

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