This Note discusses the prevalence of copywrited material on the internet, and the increasing access to said material. The Berne Convention is the leading international agreement to protect this type of material, though its reach and efficacy are limited. Provisions of the Convention are not stringently enforced. The Note explores the costs and benefits of enforcement, and potential protocols or policies to be adopted.
Robert A. Cinque,
Making Cyberspace Safe for Copyright: The Protection of Electronic Works in a Protocol to the Berne Convention,
18 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1258
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