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  1. ACTA slammed by Australian Parliamentary Committee

    ... for enforcement and protection, and little mention of use of content in the public interest. Noticeably, on the same day JSCOT tabled their ... JSCOT makes nine recommendations to Parliament on the content, context and process of negotiating ACTA. Significantly, they advise ...

  2. ALRC recommends Fair Use

    ... I can. I want to reaffirm the government's commitment to the content industries. It is the government's strong view that the fundamental ... of intellectual property law, which protect the rights of content creators, have not changed merely because of the emergence of new media ...

  3. Copyright Reform Needed for Future Innovation and Current Practice

    ... material. Fair use will allow consumers greater use of content they legally own, while at the same time protecting content producers and artists. The United States has a Fair use system, and is ...

  4. Digital Age Education, Photocopier Era Law: Why reform of copyright will benefit students and schools

    ... It is reassuring to know that people who create educational content receive payment for their skill, time and effort .   The ... ALRC will continue to support the production of educational content in Australia – and will ensure that creators will continue to receive ...

  5. Are trade agreements setting our domestic copyright policy? The case-study of intermediary liability

    ... “notice and takedown” systems have led to legitimate content being removed in the US.  These are inevitable risks of any system ... a “takedown first and ask questions later” approach to content alleged to breach copyright. Even more concerning are suggestions that ...

  6. ALRC issues paper: Indigenous IP and copyright exceptions

    ... using, creating, accessing (or trying to access) copyright content in the online age. The 55 questions cover a range of copyright issues, ... copying to mash-ups and remixes, orphan works and use of content by cultural institutions, and invite thoughtful discussion as to how to ...

  7. Media release: Optus loss could stifle future cloud innovation in Australia

    ... Optus to be the “maker” of the recording of free-to-air content, despite consumers selecting content to record. The Australian Digital Alliance is concerned that the ...

  8. New Copyright Bill Will End the Book Famine

    ... that all Australians with a disability can access the same content as other Australians.  As Mr Fletcher MP, Minister for Urban ... the Bill: Even with the significant amount of digital content made available online, the vast majority of published material ...

  9. A big week in copyright (and acronyms); ALRC, TPMs, ACTA, and TPPA

    ... highlight the importance of public access to and use of content, and the importance of innovation in the digital economy, in ... exceptions to circumvent access control TPMs, such as content scrambling systems on DVDs or restrictions on the read aloud ...

  10. New Paper Released: Copyright Reform for the Digital Economy

    ... operating a cache, web hosting, hosting user generated content and operating a search engine. Finding 2 – Australia’s ... they follow procedures to disable access to infringing content. The Attorney-General recently announced that his Department will ...

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