A subcommittee of a government advisory panel compiled a report Friday calling for rules to clarify the legal responsibility of Internet service providers for copyright infringements, subcommittee sources said.

The subcommittee of the Copyright Council, an advisory organ to the education minister, proposed that ISPs should convey protests to alleged copyright violators if informed of possible infringements, the sources said.

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