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  1. Yes, Australian schools do pay to use free online content

    ... 'Australian schools currently pay millions of dollars to use content freely available on the internet' CAL says : "The schools’ sector pays a flat fee per student for all content (print and digital) used in reliance on the statutory licence (i.e. ...

  2. Recording free-to-air content for personal use in the digital age

    Since the recent Federal Court decision in Optus v NRL , which ruled that consumers could record free-to-air TV to the cloud for playback to their mobile phones, tablets, PCs and notebooks within the scope of private copying provisions of...

  3. High Court ruling provides clarity on authorisation law, but there's still work to be done

    ... they weren't hosting BitTorrent, they couldn't control the content being shared on BitTorrent and couldn’t prevent their subscribers from accessing the infringing content. iiNet, the High Court found, had only an indirect power to prevent ...

  4. Potential $600M annual economic boost from copyright reform

    ... economic growth and innovation with negligible downsides for content owners. We conservatively estimate the value added to Australia’s ... reports. Find the reports at: www.digital.org.au/content/LateralEconomicsReports . For more information about the reports ...

  5. Input sought on online copyright infringement proposals

    ... there have been some positive moves recently from major content suppliers to improve timely and competitively priced access. Yet Australians still pay more for and wait longer for content .  Despite this, the paper itself makes no moves to mandate or ...

  6. Site blocking bill goes into force in Australia

    ... based websites that disseminate large amounts of infringing content to Australian internet users, and presently they are able to operate, ... end users of infringing copies of audiovisual material. Content being provided on reasonable conditions to Australians remains an issue ...

  7. MYTHBUSTING COPYRIGHT: ARE YOU BREAKING THE LAW? ARE YOU PROTECTED?

    ... reduce a creative’s right to decide where and how their content is used? The issue of copyright is a hot topic, and not a simple ... Is it okay to move my legally purchased content around my own personal devices? That depends on exactly what you ...

  8. Post iiTrial; the ADA explores overseas responses to unauthorised file sharing

    ... the aftermath of the iiNet case, as we wait to see whether content industries will pursue a legislative response, we thought it would be ... or a third party, as having illegally downloaded or shared content. Because the users can only be identified online by their IP addresses, ...

  9. High Court ruling clears iiNet of authorisation of copyright infringement, but the battle is far from over

    ... the ADA Derek Whitehead doesn’t think the battle between content industries and ISPs is over yet. In their ruling, the High Court ... and informed by the needs of consumers, as well as the content industries and ISPs. “The Attorney-General’s Department has ...

  10. Left out in the cold? Cloud service providers feel chill wind following Optus ruling

    ... work: capturing, copying, storing and then streaming back content to users. As Kim Weatherall points out in her 2011 paper, ... released Monday this week recognises consumers are accessing content across their laptops, smartphones and tablets, and recommends that ...

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