226A Prohibited conduct in relation to technological protection measure

(1)

A person (A) must not make, import, sell, distribute, let for hire, offer or expose for sale or hire, or advertise for sale or hire, a TPM circumvention device that applies to a technological protection measure if A knows or has reason to believe that it will, or is likely to, be used to infringe copyright in a TPM work.

(2)

A person (A) must not provide a service to another person (B) if—

(a)

A intends the service to enable or assist B to circumvent a technological protection measure; and

(b)

A knows or has reason to believe that the service will, or is likely to, be used to infringe copyright in a TPM work.

(3)

A person (A) must not publish information enabling or assisting another person to circumvent a technological protection measure if A intends that the information will be used to infringe copyright in a TPM work.

Section 226A: inserted, on 31 October 2008, by section 90 of the Copyright (New Technologies) Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 27).