|Copyright Act Article 87-1May 1, 2019|
The provisions of subparagraph 4 of the preceding article do not apply under any of the following circumstances: "1.Where the original or copies of a work are imported for the use of central or local government agencies; provided, this does not apply to import for use in schools or other educational institutions, or to the import of any audiovisual work for purposes other than archival use. "2.Where the original or a specified number of copies of any audiovisual works are imported in order to supply such works to nonprofit scholarly, educational, or religious organizations for archival purposes, or where an original or specified number of copies of works other than audiovisual works are imported for library lending or archival purposes, provided that such copies are used in compliance with the provisions of Article 48. "3.Where the original or a specified number of copies of a work are imported for the private use of the importer, not for distribution, or where such import occurs because the original or copies form part of the personal baggage of a person arriving from outside the territory. "4.For the purpose of exclusive use by the visually impaired, learning disabled, hearing impaired or other persons with a perceptual disability, local or central government agencies, non-profit organizations and all levels of legally established schools may import copies reproduced by means of translation, Braille, sound-recording, digital transformation, verbal imagery, accompanying sign language or otherwise, provided that such copies are used in compliance with the provisions of Articles 53. "5.Where the original or copies of a work incorporated into any legally imported goods, machinery, or equipment are imported in conjunction with the import of such items. Such original or copies of the work shall not be reproduced during the use or operation of the goods, machinery or equipment. "6.Where a user's manual or operating manual accompanying any legally imported goods, machinery, or equipment is imported; provided, this does not apply where the user's manual or operating manual are the principal objects of the importation. "The 'specified number' set forth in subparagraphs 2 and 3 of the preceding paragraph shall be prescribed by the competent authority.
|Copyright Act Article 87May 1, 2019|
Any of the following circumstances, except as otherwise provided under this Act, shall be deemed an infringement of copyright or plate rights: "1.To exploit a work by means of infringing on the reputation of the author. "2.Distribution of articles that are known to infringe on plate rights, or public display or possession of such articles with the intent to distribute. "3.Import of any copies reproduced without the authorization of the economic rights holder or the plate rights holder. "4.Import of the original or any copies of a work legally reproduced abroad without the authorization of the economic rights holder. "5.Exploitation for business purposes of a copy of a computer program that infringes on economic rights in such computer program. "6.Distribution, by any means other than transfer of ownership or rental, articles that are known to infringe on economic rights; or public display or possession, with the intent to distribute, of articles that are known to infringe on economic rights. "7.To provide to the public computer programs or other technology that can be used to publicly transmit or reproduce works, with the intent to allow the public to infringe economic rights by means of public transmission or reproduction by means of the Internet of the works of another, without the consent of or a license from the economic rights holder, and to receive benefit therefrom. "8.Knowing that the works broadcast or transmitted publicly by another person infringe economic rights, with the intent to provide the public to access such works by the Internet, acting as follows, and to receive benefit therefrom: "(1) To provide the public with computer programs which have aggregated the Internet Protocol Addresses of such works. "(2) To direct, assist or preset paths to the public for using computer programs in the preceding item. "(3) To manufacture, import or sell equipment or devices preloaded with the computer programs of the first item. "A person who undertakes the actions set out in subparagraphs 7 or 8 above shall be deemed to have 'intent' pursuant to that subparagraph when the advertising or other active measures employed by the person instigates, solicits, incites, or persuades the public to use the computer program or other technology provided by that person for the purpose of infringing upon the economic rights of others.
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