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(ii)Peer to peer networks

* Universal Music v Cooper [2006] FCAFC 187 (18 December 2006) (MBG 2007 at 250) – s.112E does not preclude an infringement finding on the authorisation ground under s.36 or s.101.

* Sharman Networks Ltd v Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd (2005) 220 ALR 1 (appeal to Full Federal Court was heard in February 2006, decision pending but unlikely due to settlement) (MBG 2007 at 258)

A&M Records v Napster Inc 239 F3d 1004 (9th Cir 2001) 50 IPR 232 (US case)

MGM Studios Inc v Grokster Ltd (US Supreme Court, 27 June 2005)

(13)Indirect infringement

Importation and commercial dealings with infringing copies:

ss37 and 38 CA (works)

ss102 and 103 CA (other subject matter)

Computermate Products (Aust) Pty Ltd v Ozi-Soft Pty Ltd (1988) 12 IPR 487 (RR 2005 at 399-402)

Lorenzo & Sons Pty Ltd v Roland Corporation (1992) 23 IPR 377 (RR 2005 at 402-403)

(14)Defences

(a)Exceptions and limitations on protection in general

* RR 2005 at 420-424

(b)Fair dealing: ss40, 41, 41A and 42

* De Garis v Neville Jeffress Pidler Pty Limited (1990) 18 IPR 292 (RS 2005 at 424-429)

* TCN Channel Nine v Network Ten 50 IPR 335 (trial – Hely J); (2002) 55 IPR 112 (Full Court) (RS 2005 at 429-436)

s41A – the new ‘parody or satire’ defence

(c)Other defences

RR 2005 at 439-446

(d)Other protection available to copyright owners

Technological protection measures – Part 5, Div 2A (ss116AK-116D)

Stevens v Kabushiki Kaisha Sony Computer Entertainment (2005) HC 58 (6 October 2005)

(15)Remedies

RR 2005 at 452-462

(a)Remedies in general

(b)Damages under s115 CA

(i)Compensatory damages – s115(2)

* Autodesk Australia Pty Limited v Cheung (1990) 17 IPR 69 (RR 2005 at 453-455)

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