The Law Applicable to P2P Networks on National and International Bases for Violating Intellectual Property Rights
To provide a path to the copyright holders for filing a lawsuit against the infringers and violators through a legitimate process and applying the law that applies to that particular situation that keeps a balance between the peer-to-peer network technology and copyright holders this research has presented four different law strategies that can reduce the violation of the rights of the intellectual properties on national and international bases and advance the P2P network file-sharing procedure. The authors include the incorporation of the proper law for any illegal activity regarding copyrights via peer-to-peer networks on national and international bases with modification in the security system of file-sharing. It caters to the filing of the case for the violation of any copywritten works regardless of where the cases have happened, and the law should be standard for all the intellectual properties and is acceptable by other countries as well.
Al-Enizi, Ziad Kh.