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  1. Mythbusting Fair Use for Education

    ... the growing opportunities for its members to create content for “ a booming online education sector ”. [2]   The American ... different copyright rules for different types of copyright content, and different technologies.  For example, different rules apply to ...

  2. Positions on Key Issues

    ... they follow procedures to disable access to infringing content. The ADA believes that Australia should amend the Copyright Act to ... upholds the right of consumers to access any free-to-air content at the time of their choice, using the device of their choice. The ADA ...

  3. Controversial Site Blocking Legislation set to pass Parliament

    ... get around the ‘Australia tax’ and access legitimate content from overseas. We’ve put together a quick explainer to ... the time has well and truly come for rights holders and content providers to tackle the root cause of digital piracy: an old-world, ...

  4. Redrafting of website blocking bill needed: current draft could catch legal sites

    ... try to stop Australians from obtaining copyright infringing content online.  The bill proposes to create a regime of website blocking. If ... Merely blocking websites that contain infringing content, without doing more to help support content creation and distribution ...

  5. Australia leads in disability access, thanks to copyright changes

    ... disability will have some of the strongest rights to access content in the world, thanks to changes to Australia’s copyright laws passed ... forward for all the Australians who have struggled to get content in the formats they need, whether that be large print, braille or other ...

  6. Mythbusting Fair Use for Universities

    ... licences are repealed, universities will still pay to use content, either under direct licences with publishers or collective licences ... Fair use would enable Australian academics to use copyright content in ways that their peers in the US and other fair use jurisdictions ...

  7. Overseas sites to be blocked while legal protections for local sites languish

    ... online platforms, especially those that host third party content, to operate safely in Australia. The group has used a submission ... in the USA. Basically, as long as an intermediary takes down content after notification by rightholders, they will not face liability for ...

  8. Optus TV Now special leave application denied

    ... in Australia could be infringing copyright in storing content originally uploaded to their servers by customers.  Necessary ... users of cloud services to upload, store and retrieve back content (and therefore involve the inadvertent making of digital copies) are ...

  9. Government Introduces Website Blocking Bill

    ... issue, so is that fact that teachers can’t caption AV content for their hearing impaired students, that online platforms can’t locally host user generated content and orphaned colonial era letters will never join the public domain. ...

  10. A year after the IT Pricing Review – Australians are still waiting longer and paying more

    ... market segmentation, enforced with goeblocks on digital content.  And Australians are not amused.  Polling conducted by ... such as virtual private networks (VPNs) to access content at US prices. However many consumers are confused about what they are ...

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