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When one thinks about ISP liability, the focus is usually on copyright law and the extent of safe harbours provided under the relevant copyright regime, but the US$32 million damages verdict in the Louis Vuitton v Akanoc case shows that, at least in the United States, trade mark law is becoming increasingly important as well.
It’s interesting to see early attempts by Chinese Authorities to draw a line between the legitimate exercise of IP rights, and misuse of market power. Martyn Huckerby, a Mallesons partner in our Shanghai office, recently issued an alert discussing China’s publication of draft guidelines on IP-related Anti-Monopoly Law Enforcement.
Last week the Federal Government released its Digital Economy: Future Directions paper following a 12 month consultation process with the ICT industry.