As a result, the CDPA 1988 now requires that where a person uses a computer program under an agreement, any term or condition in the agreement shall be void if it prohibits or restricts a) the right to make necessary back-up copies, b) the right to decompile a program or the use of any device or method to analyse the ideas and principles which underlie any element of the program or is c) for the purposes of lawful use, the copying or adapting of a computer program or d) a lawful use prevented by a contract enforced by DRM.
50A of the CDPA 1988, as introduced by the amending Regulations which implemented the 2001 Information Society Directive.
That has been taken to refer to uses which would be 'permitted acts'--in other words, the provisions to be found within the Fair Dealing chapter within the CDPA.
Its use in relation to back up copies is only for very limited circumstances, much more limited than those found within the Fair Dealing chapter of the CDPA.
The EU revisions to the CDPA that will void contractual clauses in certain circumstances therefore have limited application due partly to judicial interpretation, and partly due to the narrowness of the legislative provisions themselves.
The rest of the cabinet was named on September 16, 2008 and is composed of members of the RPT, the CDPA
, the CPP, and civil society.
2 SiH crosslinking agent (Silorpren U730) Table 6--formulations of HNBR compounds containing fumed silica, precipitated silica and carbon black Ingredient 1 2 3 4 EXP Aerosil Aerosil Silica 200VS R 974 V N234 HNBR (Therban A3406) 100 100 100 100 Precipitated silica 40 (EXP silica) Hydophilic fumed silica 40 (Aerosil 200VS) Hydrophobic fumed silica 40 (Aerosil R974 V) Carbon black 40 (Corax N234) Plasticizer 5, ZnO 2, MgO 2, CDPA