| Commentary

227 International considerations

| Commentary

227 International considerations

The Internet opens up a worldwide market for copyright material and both content owners and publishers should be aware of the problems of obtaining satisfactory protection and/or compliance with different laws worldwide. In practice, it is impossible to ensure that content published on the Internet complies with all applicable laws worldwide. In this regard, any warranties and indemnities should be considered very carefully, apportioning equitably the risk of incurring legal liability.

Without adequate technological measures to restrict access in certain countries (eg those which may consider a site’s content illegal), publication over the Internet may not be

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