Revision with unchanged content. This book outlines the challenges of international copyright litigation and considers rights and remedies available under TRIPs and the laws of various national copyright statutes. It also covers several issues ranging from philosophical approaches to an analysis of the most important international treaties, including European Directives. To keep pace with new technology, the author proposes a mechanism for the enforcement of existing rights around the world, while counter the prevailing problems of the ease of infringement and expense of enforcement. The book is addressed to the legal international legal community interested in the subject, scholars and practitioners.