A raft of changes to the copyright regime have been introduced on 21 November 2021 with the new Copyright Act 2021 coming into force.
The changes represent a major overhaul of the old Copyright Act, with the reordering and rewriting of the provisions for better clarity; adoption of a principle-based formulation so the law can better adapt to technological changes; and the introduction of new rights and exceptions to better balance between the rights of creators, copyright owners and users.
Our previous articles outlining the changes and their anticipated impact are found below:
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This article is produced by our Singapore office, Bird & Bird ATMD LLP, and does not constitute legal advice. It is intended to provide general information only. Please note that the information in this article is accurate as of 21 November 2021. Please contact our lawyers if you have any specific queries.