new on-line law journal


Subject: new on-line law journal
From: Tanya Aplin (aplin@central.murdoch.edu.au)
Date: ke 20 tammi  1999 - 07:35:26 EET


*Apologies for any cross-postings*

The Asia Pacific Intellectual Property Law Institute at Murdoch University
is pleased to announce its launch of the Digital Technology Law Journal at
<http://wwwlaw.murdoch.edu.au/dtlj/index.html>.

The Digital Technology Law Journal is an on-line periodical that publishes
refereed articles, comments and reviews on intellectual property law issues
concerning the digital environment.

Below is the table of contents for the first issue:

* Internet Service Provider Liability for Moral Rights Infringement in
Australia, Tanya Aplin
* Regulating Speech on the Internet, Michael Blakeney and Fiona Macmillan
* Australian proposals for copyright reform: some unresolved issues and
some lessons from America, Mark J Davison
* Internet Domain Names and Trade Mark Law, Michael Handler
* What is a `Substantial Part'?: Digital samples: cut- and-pasting and
section 14 of the Australian Copyright Act 1968, Anna Thuc-Anh Tran
* Comment on conference: `Copyright, Media and Digital Technology', Rafi
Azim-Khan
* Comment on published papers for: `Software Patents in Europe: meeting the
challenges of harmonisation and development in Europe', Dr Philip Leith
* Review of Susskind, R, The Future of Law: Facing the Challenges of
Information Technology, (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996), David Bausor

Contributions are sought for the second issue of DTLJ and the deadline for
submissions is 31 March 1999.

_____________________________________________________
Tanya Aplin
Senior Research Fellow
Asia Pacific Intellectual Property Law Institute
School of Law - Murdoch University
Murdoch, Western Australia 6150
Tel: + 61 8 9360 6071
Fax: + 61 8 9310 6671



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