the above was taken from here. i chose it because it is an easy-read.Even though, copyright normally enjoys automatic protection in most South-East Asian countries from the moment of its creation, the European SMEs should keep in mind that this is not always the case in Cambodia. Foreign works do not enjoy automatic protection in Cambodia, even though Cambodia is a member of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). As not all Cambodia’s national laws are yet in accordance to the TRIPS regulations, Cambodia currently does not grant similar protection to foreign works as it does for Cambodian works. Cambodia has to comply with the TRIPS agreement by 2021.
http://www.youripinsider.eu/copyright-p ... -cambodia/
How would it impact your life, if at all if Cambodia were to comply with the TRIPS agreement in January 2018? Is there anything you, as a person or as a business, would want to be sure to 'illegally' copy before the change?
I imagine any bar using Youtube to stream music would need a license if it doesn't already. Or is it acceptable to stream? I know some schools end up downloading content from youtube to use in class as they don't have computer technology in classrooms. This does not comply with youtube's terms of service. Perhaps this would become an issue?
Schools - copying books.
What other ways might impact?