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The Copyright and Performances (Application to Other Countries) Order 2013

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5.—(1) Where the entry for a country in the third column of the Table includes a minus sign (-), the country is not a party to the Rome Convention but is a party to the WTO TRIPS, and accordingly the following provisions of Part I, in so far as they relate to wireless broadcasts, do not apply in relation to that country—

(a)section 18A (infringement by rental or lending of work to the public);

(b)section 19 (infringement by showing or playing of work in public), but only in so far as it relates to broadcasts other than television broadcasts;

(c)section 20 (infringement by communication to the public), except in relation to broadcasting by wireless telegraphy;

(d)section 26 (secondary infringement: provision of apparatus for infringing performance, &c), but only in so far as it relates to broadcasts other than television broadcasts;

(e)section 107(2A) (criminal liability for communicating to the public), except in relation to broadcasting by wireless telegraphy.

(2) The provisions of Part I do not apply in relation to a wireless broadcast made from a place in a country, referred to in paragraph (1), before the relevant date.

(3) The relevant date in relation to a country—

(a)where its entry in the third column of the Table includes an “(X)”, is 1st June 1957;

(b)where its entry in the third column of the Table includes a “(Y)”, is 1st January 1996; or

(c)where there is a date next to its entry in the third column of the Table, is that date.

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