—(1) The court shall not grant any monetary relief or, except as provided for in section 193DB, make any order against a network service provider for any infringement of copyright in any material that occurs by reason of the making by the network service provider of an electronic copy of the material (referred to in this section as the cached copy) on the network service provider’s primary network —
from another electronic copy of the material made available on a network (referred to in this section as the originating network);
through an automatic process;
in response to an action by a user of the primary network; and
in order to facilitate efficient access to the material by that user or other users,
if the network service provider satisfies the conditions set out in subsection (2).
(2) The conditions referred to in subsection (1) are that —
the network service provider does not make any substantive modification (other than any modification made as part of a technical process) to the content of the cached copy of the material during the transmission of the cached copy of the material to users of the primary network or another network;
if the network service provider is furnished in the prescribed manner with a notice in, or substantially in accordance with, the prescribed form relating to the cached copy of the material —
purportedly made by the owner of the copyright in the material or under the owner’s authority; and
stating the prescribed matters,
the network service provider expeditiously takes reasonable steps to remove or disable access to the cached copy of the material on the primary network; and
the network service provider satisfies such other conditions as the Minister may prescribe in relation to —
access to the cached copy of the material by users of the primary network or another network;
the refreshing, reloading or updating of the cached copy of the material; and
non-interference with technology used at the originating network to obtain information about the use of any material on the originating network, being technology that is consistent with industry standards in Singapore.