Armenian parliament approves changes to law on copyright

Armenian parliament approves changes to law on copyright

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Armenian parliament on Thursday, June 20, approved amendments to the law on copyright and neighboring rights, which envisage reference to the source of information when publishing materials taken from newspapers, magazines and internet portals.

Particularly, the changes stipulate for mention of the original source of information in newspapers and magazines and insertion of hyperlink in internet articles.

Besides, a certain limit will be established for the size of the copy-pasted material.

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