Safe Harbor in Australia Should Extend to All Service Providers


Dec 28, 2016 - According to a report from the Productivity Commission in Australia, the country should scrap the “innovation patent” system and use the safe harbor IP scheme for all online service providers. These changes could help to save the education system licensing fees and could benefit ecommerce venders, online service providers and SMEs, according to the commissioner.

This would cause fewer obstacles for cloud computing firms and other online service providers. It would also make the copyright system more adaptable to the newer services and technologies.

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