Growth of the Internet and the Establishment of Proper Digital Copyright Strategies: China as a Case Study

Harvard Asia Center
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Harvard Asia Quarterly, 2005, Spring 2005, IX (3), pp. 34 - 44
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With the dramatic development of Information Communication Technology (ICT), the Internet is playing an increasingly significant role in our society. The growth of the Internet not only greatly enhances the development ofElectronic Commence (EC) and an Internet economy, but also speeds up the steps of globalizarion' and the formation of the "global village." Ever-improving Internet technology changes the traditional rules of distribution and dissemination of information and copyright works," and enables users to efficiently access and disseminate online copyright works.
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