Keith Nuthall
BUSINESSES have been warned that they could find themselves in a legal labyrinth when trying to fight a case stopping a copyright thief from exploiting their confidential documents, designs, music, artwork, fiction, or any other digital material by illegally reproduced and circulated it via the Internet.

Solicitor Mark Hyland told the Associated of Chief Police Officers sponsored Crime 2000 conference, that the ambiguity and contradictions amongst international laws and conventions governing which courts have jurisdiction over Internet ...

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