CHAPTER 1 : COPYRIGHT - PART 5 INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT พิมพ์

PART 5 INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT

Section 27. Any of the following acts against a copyright work by virtue of this Act without authorization in accordance with Section 15(5) is deemed an infringement of copyright:

(1) reproduction or adaptation;

(2) communication to public.

Section 28. Any of the following acts against an audiovisual work, a, cinematographic work or a sound recording copyrightable by virtue of this Act without authorization in accordance with Section 15(5) whether against the sounds or images is deemed an infringement of copyright :

(1) reproduction or adaptation;

(2) communication to public;

(3)letting for hire of the original or copies of the work.

Section 29. Any of the following acts against a sound and video broadcasting copyrightable by virtue of this Act without authorization in accordance with Section 15(5) is deemed an infringement of copyright:

(1) making an audiovisual work, a cinematographic work, a sound recording or a sound and video broadcasting work whether in whole or in part;

(2) rebroadcasting whether in whole or in part;

(3) making a sound and video broadcasting work to be heard or seen in public by charging money or other commercial benefits.

Section 30. Any of the following acts against a computer program copyrightable by virtue of this Act without authorization in accordance with Section 15(5) is deemed an infringement of copyright:

(1) reproduction or adaptation;

(2) communication to public;

(3) letting for hire of the original or copy of the work.

Section 31. Any person who knows or should have known that a work is made by infringing the copyright of another person and commits any of the following acts against the work for profit is deemed to infringe the copyright:

(1) selling, occupying for sale, offering for sale, letting for hire, offering for letting for hire, selling by hire purchase or offering for hire purchase;

(2) communication to public;

(3) distribution in the manner which may affect prejudicially the owner of copyright;

(4) self-importation or importation by order into the Kingdom.