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This book analyses important legal issues in the controversial area of file sharing on the Internet. Geographically, the book covers the European Union; however, in regard to secondary copyright liability it also discusses key US and Australian cases and doctrines. This critical review includes topics such as: - primary liability of Internet users; - secondary liability of file-sharing service providers and its application by national courts in Europe; - role and liability of Internet service providers in the light of the EU E-Commerce Directive and in regard to filtering/blocking orders and discovery of identity orders; - impact of watermarking and encryption technology and potential application of private copyright levy in the on-line environment.
The discipline of knowledge transfer has existed for many years across disciplines, but has more recently gained exposure within the health care field including medicine, nursing, health sciences, public health and health services research. Knowledge transfer is a complex iterative process that aims to implement high quality evidence into practice ensuring that better health outcomes are achieved across different levels including patients, health professionals, health systems and policy makers. This book provides an introduction to the field of knowledge transfer, examining the different approaches to knowledge transfer as well as detailing challenges to its implementation in practice. This book examines what knowledge transfer is, and how it may differ across different contexts and settings.
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