Monday, January 16, 2006

Copyright Standards Set by Procecution

Adding all the recent developments into one compendium, the Seoul Central Prosecutors Office sets down its guidelines for what they consider prosecutable copyright infringement. In a nutshell, if you don't make money off of it in anyway, its legal. They say the reason for the ruling is partly due to the cost of investigating thousands, and the impact of making thousands of minors criminals. Most notably, such a move would make the NoFree collation move to prosecute individuals more difficult. 


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